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1. The past, present and future of the EU's federal experience
(Francisco Pereira Coutinho & Martinho Lucas Pires/Editorial)
... 2017 under the Jean Monnet Project “More EU - More Europe to Overcome the Crisis”. The articles discuss, either from a more general or from a more specific standpoint, within a variety of subjects, some ...
... and limited government, thrive. Global control is now the favored progressive tactic to overcome such principles, and no sector of our lives is off limits.This paper intends to examine the motives behind, ...
3. Solidarity in the European Union in Times of Economic Crisis
(Jerónimo Maillo and Justo Corti/Editorial)
... Institute for European Studies (IDEE) on 11-12 June 2015 in Madrid, within the Jean Monnet Network MoreEU (“More Europe to overcome the crisis”).  ...
... understanding materialises, then this would not only be a major step to convert the budget into an instrument to overcome the crisis but also change the nature of the communitarian budget. In this article, ...
5. Towards a Federal Democracy in Europe?
(Roberto Castaldi/Essay)
... a trend towards an increase of the EU federal features can be discerned. Eventually, to overcome the current crisis more steps in this direction are needed. ...
6. The Euro-Area Crisis: A First Legal Analysis
(Giuseppe Martinico/Review article)
What should the European Union do to challenge the Eurozone crisis? Examining the recent debate, one can identify the following options to overcome the EU’s institutional crisis: 1.    reform of the EU ...
... It is encouraged to broaden the scoop of analysis and include federations when analyzing regional integration and in this way overcome the paralysis caused by the (false) equation ‘n = 1’ where n is the ...
This paper applies the interpretative scheme “crisis-initiative-leadership” - developed with reference to the European unification process as a whole – to the current crises to analyse if and how the ...
... Part II seeks to overcome this asymmetry and the Triffin dilemma by examining two models for a new world monetary system: an international model, without a world central bank (WCB), and a supranational ...
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