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Greek Referendum: The first bill NEW
The New Federalist 1 Day, 21 Hours, 9 Minutes ago
Greeks gave a resounding “No” to the proposals by the creditors. Whatever the hurdles, mass media terror, opposition parties and European leaders threatening that this would signal Greece's kissing goodbye, an astonishing 60% voted agains...
EU R&I funding: chasing the horizon NEW
The New Federalist 2 Days, 44 Minutes ago
The budget of the European Union is negotiated for a seven-year period each time. These seven-year periods are called financial frameworks, during which the European Commission whose responsibility it is to be in charge of implementing the budget dir...
Conference on Polish-Ukrainian relations for the 21st century NEW
The New Federalist 5 Days, 22 Hours, 20 Minutes ago
In the most intense heatwave Cambridge has seen for a while, thinkers, politicians, and activists from Europe and North America gathered at Sidney Sussex College in the University of Cambridge to discuss the past, present, and future of relations bet...
The New Federalist 6 Days, 2 Hours, 18 Minutes ago
As Greece prepares for a monumental decision, there is only one certainty: the European Ideal has been irrevocably damaged - Economy / Greece...
Dual-Career Management: Challenges and risks inherent in elite sporting careers NEW
The New Federalist 1 Week, 2 Hours, 17 Minutes ago
In the last decade, the concept of dual-career management has received considerable attention from all stakeholders of sport in Europe. This was as a result of growing concern that young elite sports persons were finding it increasingly challenging t...
Too Young for Politics? Europe, the Referendum and the Legal Voting Age NEW
The New Federalist 1 Week, 5 Days, 9 Hours, 45 Minutes ago
Thursday's Parliamentary debate on amending the referendum bill to extend the vote to 16 year-olds has raised questions about the UK's democratic system, and those of its European neighbours. - Current Affairs / United Kingdom, Elections, Refere...
Military Mission in the Mediterranean NEW
The New Federalist 1 Week, 6 Days, 23 Hours, 50 Minutes ago
Europe's foreign ministers decided recently to launch a military operation against trafficking networks in the Mediterranean. Is this an appropriate response to the tragedy of Mediterranean migration? The Editors of TNF in English, French, and German...
The British EU membership referendum: A breakdown NEW
The New Federalist 2 Weeks, 5 Days, 10 Hours, 45 Minutes ago
Why is the referendum taking place? In the run up to the British General Election 2014 Prime Minister David Cameron promised that he would call for a referendum on EU membership should he get re-elected. Even though Cameron himself is in favour of me...
Cameron's Negotiations: Lines in the sand and smokescreens NEW
The New Federalist 2 Weeks, 5 Days, 23 Hours, 35 Minutes ago
David Cameron ever since his election victory back in May has been touring around European leaders trying to influence them to help in a potential British negotiation with Europe. This is more a PR stunt than hard crafting diplomacy. Stories that hav...
David Cameron's EU negotiation – just part of a bigger nationalist picture NEW
The New Federalist 3 Weeks, 2 Days, 8 Hours, 54 Minutes ago
It seems to me that many people in Europe are - understandably - confused about what exactly David Cameron wants from the EU. It may be helpful to explain that the UK Conservatives have been engaging in a series of bizarre and arbitrary attacks on an...
Macedonia: democracy in crisis or “democracy in bloom”?! NEW
The New Federalist 4 Weeks, 10 Hours, 15 Minutes ago
Whoever tried to follow Macedonia's socio-political scene lately, probably felt confused and disoriented. Turbulent times, serious accusations and scandals, ridiculous responses and media blackout. Further on: a retrospective recap of the last few mo...
Irish Marriage Equality Referendum NEW
The New Federalist 4 Weeks, 23 Hours, 15 Minutes ago
A referendum to change the Irish constitution to permit same-sex marriage took place in Ireland on Friday May 22nd. With 1,201,607 votes cast in favour versus 734,300 against, the referendum was carried with 62.07% in favour. - History, Society &...
Conflict Minerals and the EU: NEW
The New Federalist 4 Weeks, 1 Day, 1 Hour, 24 Minutes ago
Although being a long-standing problem, the issue of conflict minerals has resurfaced on Brussels' agenda after the Parliament's recent vote on changes to legislation. - Global Affairs / Africa, Conflict minerals...
The Book of Faces NEW
The New Federalist 1 Month, 2 Days, 21 Hours, 55 Minutes ago
We spend much of our lives online. It's time to communicate there as we do in person, and our rich, personalized online presences can speak volumes in a setting where body language is off the table. This is a well-known secret: human communication is...
Polish Presidential Elections: Analysis and Implications NEW
The New Federalist 1 Month, 1 Week, 16 Hours, 42 Minutes ago
Sunday's victory of Andrzej Duda, of the right-wing Law and Justice Party in the presidential elections marks a lot of changes for Poland. It is the first win for the party in a decade, but many claim it was hardly his (or their) success and choose t...
PRESS RELEASE: 10 Years Later Youth Takes Back the European Debate #10yearslater NEW
The New Federalist 1 Month, 1 Week, 2 Days, 5 Hours, 45 Minutes ago
From May 29th to June 1st, the Jeunes Européens – France (JEF France) & Jonge Europese Federalisten (JEF) Nederland will remember the 10th year anniversary of the referenda in their countries on the European Constitutional Treaty. -...
25 M: when the Left turned in Spain NEW
The New Federalist 1 Month, 1 Week, 2 Days, 20 Hours, 44 Minutes ago
Thoughts on the recent Spanish elections and implications for Spain and Europe over the next few months. - Current Affairs / Spain, Elections, Future, Podemos...
April in Europe NEW
The New Federalist 1 Month, 1 Week, 3 Days, 16 Hours, 4 Minutes ago
April 2015, the 41st anniversary of the Carnation Revolution of 1974. This revolution brought down Europe's longest dictatorship, and the democratic and social values it implemented have since been referred to as 'April Values'. - Thinking Federalis...
We Need to Talk NEW
The New Federalist 1 Month, 1 Week, 3 Days, 16 Hours, 15 Minutes ago
German-Greek relations need fixing. While governments seek to repair them on the political stage, societal-level exchange programs are needed to break through negative media coverage and bring Germans and Greeks closer together. - History, Society &...
Eurovision 2015: Final #JEFJudgement NEW
The New Federalist 1 Month, 1 Week, 4 Days, 14 Hours, 31 Minutes ago
All good things must come to an end and the 60th edition of the Eurovision was not an exception to this rule. The grand final was screened live on May 23rd, with Sweden snatching the title for the sixth time. Thank you to everyone who joined me for a...