By Jo Ritzen
This publication calls upon us to reconsider and reboot the eu Union. The authors dissect the EU’s many vulnerabilities: how a few Member States are backsliding at the rule of legislations, freedom of the clicking, and keep an eye on of corruption – and the way globalization’s ‘discontents’ are threatening the liberal foreign order. It examines the necessity for a typical immigration coverage; the necessity to reconsider the unsustainable debt overhang of a few Eurozone international locations; and the necessity to use schooling to foster a ecu identity.
Given the sum overall of those vulnerabilities, the booklet argues, the ecu won't live on past 2025 in its current shape – that's, until decisive motion is taken. In flip, the ebook places ahead a few potential recommendations: a eu financial version to safe complete employment; a much better ecu courtroom of Human Rights to counter systemic violations; a points-based immigration coverage; transparent go out recommendations for the Eurozone; and an Open schooling quarter with a standard moment language. those strategies may perhaps lessen the variety of ecu nations, yet might elevate solidarity and total survivability.
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