• John TheodoreEmail author


In the light of the social and economic convulsions of the last decade, the project for a unified Europe has come increasingly under attack. Our analysis, however, bears out that the picture may be more complex than many suppose, that membership of the European club is still valued by most of the electorates of Europe and that the region has strengths to help endure its manifold challenges. We review the two key issues of the debt crisis and the “democratic deficit” and look at the need, demands and possibilities for change.

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  1. 1.ManchesterUK

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