As the unprecedented financial crisis and ensuing economic recession push Europe to the brink, a critical question arises as to what the foreseeable trajectories for EU governance are in the decades ahead. The crisis has already accelerated EU policy and institutional evolution in key policy areas, but the integration project remains torn apart by centrifugal political and economic forces. The Imagining Europe series aims at delineating what kind of governance models the EU could head towards, and which of these models is best suited for the purpose of a more united, effective and legitimate EU. In particular, the research sheds light on the degree and nature of integration at the "core" of Europe and the relationship of that core with those member states (current and future) which opt to remain outside it. It does so by exploring five policy areas: fiscal and monetary policy, infrastructure and communications, security and defence, migration and citizenship, and energy and environment.
Papers No. 1-6 and 9 have been published also in: N. Tocci (ed.), Imagining Europe: Towards a More United and Effective EU, Roma, Nuova Cultura, June 2014 (IAI Research Paper 15).
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Christian Egenhofer, Jacques de Jong
In: Imagining Europe 7
Anna Triandafyllidou, Angeliki Dimitriadi
In: Imagining Europe 6
Giulia Henry, Ferruccio Pastore
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