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The Federalist Debate

Papers on Federalism in Europe and the World

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    Four-monthly review born to stimulate and feed the circulation of ideas and information among the various federalist organisations, and among these and the movements in the global civil society that are growing impetuously in all the regions of the world.  It's a mean on which Federalist  Organisations can speak out in a common voice on the issue of federalism. The Federalist Debate aims to encourage debate in a borderless environment. Each issue of "The Federalist Debate" features a collection of comments concerning important events at international level seen from the federalist viewpoint. An important part of the magazine is dedicated to a debate, which sees federalists confront each other on a specific topic. Ample space is given to the action that federalists are undertaking in different parts of the world. Other sections are dedicated to news and notes, interviews and letters to the editor.


    Aims and Scope

    Why subscribe and read

    To access a specialized open forum for interdisciplinary debate about federalism at all levels of government: sub-national, and supra-national at both regional and global levels

    Why submit

    Wide international readership and contribution. Contributors are invited to write their articles for the different sections of the journal: Editorial, Comments, Borderless Debate, Federalist Action, Book Reviews, Interviews.

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    Type of Publication:
    expert, practitioners, researchers in the field of federalism

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    Please send us a Windows-compliant file as an e-mail attachment. You may send your e-mail to info@centroeinstein.com. The file must be in Rich Text Format (RTF), because this format makes it possible to read and save the articles on any platform and with any software. In order to let us easily identify your articles, it is recommended that you make a file for each article, and give it a name that hints at the article's title (e.g. UN Reform.rtf).

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    Editorial Information

    Lucio Levi, Università degli Studi di Torino, Italy

    Executive Editor
    Stefano Roncalli, The Federalist Debate, Italy

    Editorial Board
    Flavio Brugnoli, Centre for Studies on Federalism (CSF), Torino - Italy
    Roberto Palea, Centre for Studies on Federalism (CSF), Torino - Italy
    John Parry, Union of European Federalists (UEF), Bruxelles - Belgium
    W. James Arputharaj, World Federalist Movement (WFM), New York, NY - USA
    Keith Best, World Federalist Movement (WFM), New York, NY - USA
    William R. Pace, World Federalist Movement (WFM), New York, NY - USA
    Pauline Gessant, Young European Federalists (JEF), Bruxelles - Belgium

    Assistants to the Editor
    Lionello Casalegno, The Federalist Debate
    Roberta Carbone, The Federalist Debate

    Editorial Staff
    Jean-Francis Billion, editor of the journal Fédéchoses, France
    Giampiero Bordino, historian, Italy
    Grazie Borgna, Director of C.E.S.I., Italy
    Francesco Ferrero, Research Center of the Politecnico of Torino, Italy
    Elena Flor, Triffin International Foundation, Torino, Italy
    Antonio Mosconi, former FIAT Manager - President of C.E.S.I., Italy

    Language Editors
    Lionello Casalegno

    Technical Editors
    Roberta Carbone


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