Too Little, too Late? The European Parliament Elections and the Future of Migration

Written by Claire Byrne & Laura Schmeer Article 1 for the EST Working Group on Migration When writing this first publication for the working group on migration, we sought to analyze what impact the European Parliament elections will have on migration policy… Continue Reading →

How to leave the EU without making a mess of it (and why it’s still not worth it)

Written by Juuso Järviniemi Disclaimer: This article has already been published with The New Federalist. You can find the article here. As Brexit is destroying the UK’s economy, national unity and international reputation, many have correctly pointed out that observing… Continue Reading →

June: Brussels Briefing

Written by Giacomo Migliore The June 2019 Brussels Briefing Issue is a special edition covering exclusively the May 2019 European elections, the second biggest democratic exercise in the world after India’s elections. Besides a new parliament composition, the 2019  EU parliament… Continue Reading →

The Impact of Public Health Policy

Written by Aparajeya Shanker Public Health Policy is a wide-ranging aspect of public health that guides the government’s action plan on population health. To simplify what is essentially a vast and complex subject, it is the sum of all legislative… Continue Reading →

Vitamin D Deficiency in Greece and Ukraine

Addressing contemporary health issues in the frame of the European Union and the Eastern Partnership countries Written by Christos Tsagkaris and Anastasiia Hoian In order to create effective strategies of solving global healthcare problems, medical researchers and practitioners from different countries have… Continue Reading →

Meritocracy as Principle of Justice

Written by Mehmet Sadik Bektas Abstract One of the American philosophers, John Rawls presents an understanding of justice through a liberal viewpoint. Principally, his practical method of truth and thesis, the veil of ignorance, allows fairness to become one of… Continue Reading →

The Great Realignment: Who will own the cosmopolitan side of the debate?

Written by Juuso Järviniemi Disclaimer: This article has already been published with The New Federalist. You can find it here. Many say that the great Western political conflict of the 21st century won’t be over economic redistribution, but between cosmopolitanism and… Continue Reading →

Hypersonic Weapons: A modern fictional reality or the subversion of 20th Century international security strategy paradigms?

Written by Hannah Brandt, Deputy Editor In the 1996 successful big picture movie Eraser, U.S. Marshal John “Eraser” Kruger, impersonated by Arnold Schwarzenegger, heroically stops a select cabal of shady white men to get rich through illegal weapons’ sales (Andress,… Continue Reading →

It wasn’t Us, it was the EU!

Written by Elodie Arpa, Ambassador to Austria “The European Union is the perfect scapegoat”. National politicians travel to Brussels to vote on legislative proposals of the European Commission. They debate these proposals and modify them. To enact a law, a… Continue Reading →

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