After a bachelor of law in Bordeaux
(France) and an Erasmus year in Salamanca (Spain), he is now studying for a
Masters degree in European Studies in Paris.
Since his Erasmus year, when he interacted
with different cultures, Robin became interested in the idea of a federal Europe. Today he is a member of the Young
European Federalists (JEF).
Robin is also interested in
political ecology with the conviction that:
"Each person can contribute
with their ideas in order to build a better society".
His hobbies are playing guitar, reading philosophy and cooking.
An overview of the concepts of state, nation, federalism and the nation-state in the European Union
The European Union needs a new narrative and more legitimacy.
The EU needs to recognise the central role water issues play across a number of key sectors and should develop a stronger, more coherent water policy.
On Tuesday, 10th of March, the French National Assembly discussed The End of Life Law, granting the "right to continuous deep sedation". Thus, the patient "may claim to sleep before dying in order to not suffer". Combining emotions and values, at the crossroads of morality and ethics, the question of euthanasia mobilizes the civil society. Within the European Union, each country legislates on their own. But faced with such challenges, a comprehensive understanding of the European context will be beneficial in order to better understand the future prospects.
History of the relationship between the EU and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict