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European Union in the 21st Century

Perspectives from the Lisbon Treaty



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The contributors to this book are all members of EuropEos, a multidisciplinary group of jurists, economists, political scientists, and journalists in an ongoing forum discussing European institutional issues. The essays analyze emerging shifts in common policies, institutional settings, and legitimization, sketching out possible scenarios for the European Union of the 21st century. They are grouped into three sections, devoted to economics and consensus, international projection of the Union, and the institutional framework.Even after the major organizational reforms introduced to the EU by the new Treaty of Lisbon, which came into force in December 2009, Europe appears to remain an entity in flux, in search of its ultimate destiny.In line with the very essence of EuropEos, the views collected in this volume are sometimes at odds in their specific conclusions, but they stem from a common commitment to the European construction.

Author Biography

Stefano Micossi is general director of Assonime in Rome, professor of economics at the College of Europe in Bruges, and member of the board of directors of the Centre for European Policy Studies in Brussels. Gian Luigi Tosato is a professor at Sapienza University of Rome and member of the executive committee of the Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI), Rome. Sabino Cassese is a justice on the Italian Constitutional Court.
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February 1st, 2010
Edited by Gian Luigi Tosato Edited by Stefano Micossi Foreword by Sabino Cassese
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Centre for European Policy Studies
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