I finished reading your European federalist papers 0 to 12. I found it a well balanced and a clear intellectual piece of work. Still unfinished, as I understand.
Last year a number of remarkable papers dealing with federalism and or the future of Europe were published. I strongly believe a serious and common effort should be undertaken to summarize and distribute this summary in federalist circles all over Europe. Such a broad (and incomplete resp. tentative) summary can become a starting point for the tentative formulation of a common strategy to all - or at least a majority of - European federalists. This tentative formulation shall signal all options. As you do in your papers. A conscious choice among the innumerable options is a must in order to clarify the position of the European federalists and create a movement of thought liberated from hesitation and improvisation. Quite a programme...
You asked for comments. I have some. Not meant as any form of criticism, on the contrary. These ideas and suggestions are not mandatory, but reflect some - incomplete - reflections coming from a European federalist. Following list of questions is obviously incomplete, but are a fall-out of a spontaneous reaction. A direct formulation of the core ideas is, I believe, the most concise way to convey the message.
Jakub's Universal Blog Hitting the European nail on its head
Blog by Ralf GrahnSeveral articles about the European Federalist Paper by Ralf Grahn
Leo Klinkers interviewed by Salvador Llaudes