New World Federalist Papers

The New World Federalist Papers series is a place where World Federalists can discuss and debate with one another the role of the Movement in today’s world. Here, authors reflect on the Movement’s mission and goals, advocate for new ideas, and contribute to an ongoing, lively spirit of debate within the Movement. While each author speaks on their own behalf alone, together the Papers reflect the Movement’s dedication to creating a global space for people to consider diverse ideas and pursue shared goals across borders.

From Genocide to Self-Determination – The Sikh Case

By Keith Best
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Reviving the Concept of Trusteeship as a Stepping-Stone to Peace in the Middle East

By Sovaida Ma'ani Ewing
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Force Multiplication for Peace, Enter United Nations Peace Corps

By Omar Alansari-Kreger
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Preventing the Expansion of the Gaza Conflict: Are Peace Brigades a Possibility?

By René Wadlow
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Wherein lies the source of evil?

By Keith Best
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Stopping Human Trafficking

By Keith Best
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European Constitutional Reform Hangs in the Balance

By Dr Guido Montani
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Impunity and Models of Global Order: A Baha’i Perspective

By Dan Wheatley (Senior Diplomatic Officer of the Office of Public Affairs of the Baha'is of the UK) as reserve for Dr Payam Akhava
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Elimination of Violence Against Women and Girls

Speech delivered by Keith Best at the House of Lords in London, United Kingdom
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UN Reform: Three Paths Forward

By Augusto Lopes-Claros and Daniel Perell  It seems each day provides us a fresh reason ...
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