|Author (Person)||Stubb, Alexander|
|Publisher||European Policy Centre|
|Series Title||Challenge Europe|
|Series Details||No.22, September 2014|
|Publication Date||September 2014|
|Content Type||Journal | Series | Blog|
Differentiated Europe can be analysed in terms of the three meta-challenges outlined in this issue of Challenge Euroe – stagnation, fragmentation and legitimacy. My argument is simple: stagnation or the prospect of it has been a catalyst for differentiation, fragmentation poses a risk of differentiation gone too far and legitimacy of differentiation is embedded on institutional cohesion and good results.
This article forms part of an issue of Challenge Europe called 'Challenges and new beginnings: Priorities for the EU’s new leadership' as the launch of a new EU institutional cycle 2014-2019 began.
|Subject Categories||Politics and International Relations|
|Countries / Regions||Europe|