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29 September 2014 – Last month the President of the European Council – the biannual meeting of the Heads of State and Government – and the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy were nominated by the Council itself, after long months (...) by
26 September 2014 – After the confirmation of the appointment of former Luxembourg Prime Minister and Eurogroup Chairman Jean-Claude Juncker as the new European Commission President in July, the seasoned politician today made public his 27-strong team of (...) by
9 September 2014 – Scotland has never been so close to exiting the UK. This crucial debate matters for all of us Europeans because what is at stake is the essence of European unity: we are better and stronger together. Closer and closer to the edge On Monday 8 (...) by | 1 comment
19 August 2014 – Celebrities across the world, Scottish or not, seem to love getting their teeth stuck into the Scottish referendum debate. In the yes camp, Morrissey, Frankie Boyle and Sean Connery are banging the drum for independence, whilst on the other (...) by
3 August 2014 – As expected, the minority Bulgarian government resigned on the 23th of July, following months of political agony. Bulgarian Prime Minister Plamen Oresharski has announced in parliament the resignation of his left-leaning government. Bulgarian (...) by
24 July 2014 – It has been a few months since the issue of the European Convention of Human Rights (ECHR) last made the headlines of British newspapers. Regularly enough, this government has been announcing it was considering taking the UK out of the ECHR, (...) by | 1 comment
3 May 2014 – The multitude that took the center of Kiev months ago has returned to their daily lives, and the political phase that now begins will show if their fight has really transformed the country. This brief transition that Ukraine is in makes for a (...) by ,
7 March 2014 – My name is Dimitri, a Russian name, but I’m French, I live in Ireland and my wife was born in the Ukraine (a part of USSR at the time). Yes, I know, kind of complicated. When the Ukrainian revolution started on Maidan, we started following it (...) by
6 March 2014 – My name is Dimitri, a Russian name, but I’m French, I live in Ireland and my wife was born in the Ukraine (a part of USSR at the time). Yes, I know, kind of complicated. When the Ukrainian revolution started in Maidan, we started following it (...) by
Meet « Sport corner », the new TV programme on sports and Europe at the heart of European institutions
7 February 2014 – The New Federalist has a partnership with the think-tank Sport and Citizenship. We would like to share with you a video presenting this new TV programme. Sport and Citizenship is the only European think-tank which focuses on the study and the (...) by ,
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