Bremsen og speederen: Nationale forbehold og forstærket samarbejde i EU
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Opt-outs and enhanced cooperation both contribute to making an ever larger and more differentiated EU hang together. By permitting reluctant member states to hit the brake (opt out) and allowing groups of eager member states to push the speeder (enhanced co-operation), the European Union has found a pragmatic road to unity despite EU-scepticism and disagreement between member states. This frail equilibrium may be hard to maintain in the future, if differences between economic visions for the EU cause new discords in the community.
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 2005|