Beyond the national electorate: reflections on the Greek-German stand-off

[Article first published on Policy Network’s website on 13 February 2015 and co-authored by Daniel Innerarity, professor of political philosophy and Ikerbasque researcher at the University of the Basque Country]

The EU’s legitimacy stems from the ability to intervene in national democracies when they have a negative impact on ‘outsiders’ and future generations. This principle should guide thinking over the future of European integration Continue reading “Beyond the national electorate: reflections on the Greek-German stand-off”