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The underestimated gender(ed) politics of Ebola. Why a preventive and remedial focus on women is critical to save lives. NEW
The New Federalist 2 Days, 8 Hours, 48 Minutes ago
The Ebola outbreaks are high on the UN agenda. So high that the UN Security Council has adopted an official Resolution (S/RES/2177) on the contagious virus last September, calling upon all nations to contain this mass-scale security threat and collab...
Ethnic discrimination, a European tragedy? NEW
The New Federalist 1 Week, 10 Hours, 3 Minutes ago
The shooting of Michael Brown and a number of other African American males recently killed by policemen have induced discussion about racial inequalities in the United States. Like the US President Barack Obama stated in his speech concerning the cur...
Merkel's no to Cameron: time to settle Britain's relationship with the EU NEW
The New Federalist 1 Week, 5 Days, 22 Hours, 39 Minutes ago
British Prime Minister David Cameron has recently toughened his stance on immigration in response to the tremendous rise of the UK Independence Party. In this light, Merkel's remark earlier this month that the free movement of people is a central ten...
Juncker's Plan Sets High Hopes for Investment NEW
The New Federalist 2 Weeks, 4 Days, 1 Hour, 49 Minutes ago
To the untrained eye, the new “Investment Plan for Europe” revealed by European Union President Jean-Claude Juncker may seem like financial sorcery. The plan, outlined in a November 26 speech before the European Parliament, ambitiously ai...
Interview on Sport with Commissioner Tibor Navracsics NEW
The New Federalist 3 Weeks, 3 Hours, 33 Minutes ago
In this Interview with the think-tank Sport and Citizenship, Commissioner for Sport Tibor Navracsics addresses the position of sport in his portfolio, the objectives of his new mandate, and his vision of the sport sector. This is your first interview...
Christophe Rouillon : Reconnecting Europe with its citizens NEW
The New Federalist 3 Weeks, 4 Days, 17 Hours, 41 Minutes ago
In the occasion of discussing Communication Plan 2015-2019, Christophe Rouillon, Mayor of Coulaines and Vice-President of the Association of French Mayors responsible for Europe, presents today his own-initiative opinion, “Reconnecting Europe w...
Fiscal Policy of Europe and the Euro: Past, Present, and Future NEW
The New Federalist 4 Weeks, 1 Day, 7 Hours, 1 Minute ago
The Six-Pack, the Two-Pack and a Treaty The EU created several administrative tools to adapt the SGP as a result of the financial crisis, including the “two-pack” and the “six-pack.” The six-pack system, a bundle of six pieces...
Fiscal Policy of Europe and the Euro: Past, Present, and Future NEW
The New Federalist 1 Month, 16 Hours, 49 Minutes ago
To the average observer, the financial makeup of the European Union can appear confusing and convoluted. There are a variety of intersecting treaties, pacts and policies, many of which work in tandem. Particularly given the rocky recent history of th...
Spinelli: who was he? NEW
The New Federalist 1 Month, 5 Days, 19 Hours, 4 Minutes ago
Few of the younger MEPs or staff in the European Parliament seem aware of the person after whom the main parliamentary building is named: Altiero Spinelli. I was privileged to attend as a special guest last Monday, the premiere of a film on the life...
The Power of Parliamentarians in Abolishing Nuclear Weapons NEW
The New Federalist 1 Month, 1 Week, 1 Day, 14 Hours, 58 Minutes ago
At first glance, the elimination of nuclear weapons appears to be a hopeless case. The Conference on Disarmament in Geneva has been paralyzed for many years. The Non-Proliferation Treaty is in crisis. The major nuclear weapons states refuse to enter...
U.S. Midterm Elections Could Help TTIP, but Negativity Raises Questions NEW
The New Federalist 1 Month, 1 Week, 1 Day, 16 Hours, 43 Minutes ago
If Republican leadership sticks to its core values, it is likely that election results will bode well for the economic partnership of the United States and the European Union. Unfortunately, given the state of American politics, no such integrity is...
Developing sport policy in the EU: strengthening physical activity as a tool for individual and collective well-being NEW
The New Federalist 1 Month, 1 Week, 6 Days, 18 Hours, 19 Minutes ago
Across the EU, physical inactivity is on the increase and so are its corollaries, including (but not limited to) overweight and obesity. A decade ago, a review study funded by the European Commission affirmed this trend by drawing on data from all (t...
Eurasia - towards economic integration or a second cold war? NEW
The New Federalist 1 Month, 2 Weeks, 4 Days, 13 Hours, 55 Minutes ago
“It is like you've been dating a girl for a long time.You've met the parents, you've spent a weekend with the families, and now you want to get engaged…Eurasian integration has been painfully slow, but it's moving forward.” This st...
Vallenzi, implementation of the neoliberal German model or immediate and brave reforms? NEW
The New Federalist 1 Month, 3 Weeks, 3 Days, 12 Hours, 23 Minutes ago
The Left in Paris was born in July 1789 and there reached it peak in May 1968. Now it seems that what remained of it, at least in the Western world, died in Paris last August, when Hollande reshuffled his government to expel those ministers that oppo...
NATO's call for Eastern Europe: beyond “territorial red lines”, into a realm of strategic realism NEW
The New Federalist 1 Month, 4 Weeks, 1 Day, 16 Hours, 9 Minutes ago
The dust hasn't settled over the crisis in Ukraine, and yet commentators speak out that the new Cold War has begun. In extent, some basically wonder whether the Cold War had really ever ended in the first place? Anachronisms aside, the North-Atlantic...
Serbia vs. Albania football game displays identity and political struggles NEW
The New Federalist 2 Months, 3 Days, 6 Hours, 33 Minutes ago
On October 14th, the game between Albania & Serbia in Belgrade had to be stopped shortly before half-time. A drone was flown over the stadium. It carried a flag which has been widely reported as representing ‘Greater Albania'. We are told t...
Football stakeholders address discrimination at Respect Diversity Conference NEW
The New Federalist 2 Months, 1 Week, 5 Hours, 8 Minutes ago
On September 10th, over 200 delegates congregated in Rome for the launch of the 2014 UEFA Respect Diversity Conference , an event co-organised with FIFPro and the FARE Network. In the framework of this conference, a series of workshop addressed key i...
Stop the Dismemberment of Ukraine NEW
The New Federalist 2 Months, 1 Week, 3 Days, 9 Hours, 42 Minutes ago
The fair and free presidential election held on 25 May 2014 has not averted the ghost of civil war in Ukraine. The triumph of the people's uprising in bringing down the corrupt and bloody government of Yanukovich marked the resumption of the democrat...
Responsibility to Protect: Central African Republic and EU NEW
The New Federalist 2 Months, 2 Weeks, 1 Day, 7 Hours, 5 Minutes ago
By the end of WW2 the ethnic and religious conflict become more prominent question in the front of international community. The conflict has transformed from inter-state into intra-state, making in this regard ethnic and religious conflict became maj...
Draghi's speech: end of austerity? Not really NEW
The New Federalist 2 Months, 3 Weeks, 1 Day, 3 Hours, 6 Minutes ago
After years of “fiscal contraction” and “budget consolidation” in many European countries, the speech by the European Central Bank president Mario Draghi, at the annual conference for central bankers in Jackson Hole, Wyoming,...