SIR EUROPE: JANSEN (GERMANY), "WHAT WILL BECOME OF THE EU?"

"United States of Europe, European Federation and political union: what will become of the European Union?". Is the question that arises in the editorial of Sir Europe (click here) Thomas Jansen (Germany). "On this point – he explains – there is zero consensus. Worse still, it appears that political leaders share the unspoken agreement that reaching a consensus to this regard is unnecessary. In all likelihood all stakeholders consider it a useless experiment. Or they may fear that the controversies that may ensue could slow down or deadlock ongoing processes". "And even if Europeans agreed on a given model the picture would be the same – he added -: each one of these models requires different modes of implementation. In fact, world countries feature a large variety of government models and constitutional systems". According to Jansen, "reaching an agreement on the finalities of European integration has always been the major problem of integration policies. As time went by, as EU enlargement came to include 27 countries, the problem grew bigger and bigger".

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