UK Prime Minister David Cameron talks of the burden of ‘unnecessary’ EU regulation at the World Economic Forum in January 2012 (photo: dpa)

The crisis of Europe's political institutions

Debates over the European Constitution and the debt crisis have exposed deep political and economic fissures within the European Union. But as Brussels tries to draw member states ever closer – there is growing realisation that many of the premises behind the European project are no longer valid.

THE movement to create an ever-closer political union in Europe is in a state of crisis. Fiscal and other policy disagreements have slowed the European Union’s expansion.

Debates over the European Constitution and the debt crisis have exposed deep political and economic fissures.

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Dr. Kim R. Holmes
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