|Awdur (Person)||Zuleeg, Fabian|
|Cyhoeddwr||European Policy Centre|
|Teitl y Gyfres||Challenge Europe|
|Manylion y Gyfres||No.22, September 2014|
|Dyddiad Cyhoeddi||September 2014|
|Math o Gynnwys||Journal | Series | Blog|
The multiple crises the European Union (EU) has experienced in recent years have fundamentally altered decision-making and, more broadly, governance in the EU. Pre-crisis systems and processes were not adequate to react to such critical and systemic challenges, but the speed of the crisis meant that new governance mechanisms have been superimposed on existing processes and structures rather than seeing a fundamental reform of decision-making. Consequently, not all changes have been fully successful. Given the institutional changes this year and the ongoing development of the EMU governance framework, now presents a good opportunity to reform EU decision-making.
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.
|Categorïau Pwnc||Politics and International Relations|
|Gwledydd / Rhanbarthau||Europe|