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The Treaty of Lisbon or intergovernmental temptation?

By Dusan Sidjanski

Abstract

From the Introduction. This question goes to the very heart of the European project: it is fundamental for the future of the European Union and its role in the world. The Treaty of Lisbon emerged from the ashes of the European Constitution. Driven forward by Angela Merkel, as President of the European Council, Nicolas Sarkozy and José Manuel Barroso, the main advances made in the Constitution were preserved at the expense of a few concessions and symbolic sacrifices in order to make the Union more effective and more democratic

Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:aei.pitt.edu:50106

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