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”

A more intelligent conversation on Europe and growth

The left is not getting any credit for the return of a growth-friendly narrative in Europe. There are entrenched reasons why its rhetoric and recommendations fail to convince

This article was initially published on the Policy Network website on 13 November 2014.

The left is not getting any credit for the return of a growth-friendly narrative in Europe. There are entrenched reasons why its rhetoric and recommendations fail to convince

Continue reading “A more intelligent conversation on Europe and growth”