The current EU fatalism underestimates the resilience of the system, and a focus on personalities obscures the real imperative for organisational reform.
British Politics and Policy at LSE
(22 Jun 2011)
Tony Blair recently spoke out on the need for Europe to have ‘strong collective leadership and direction’ through the creation of an elected president. His remarks come at a time of prevailing EU fatalism and, while it might be attractive to pin Europe’s woes on personality dysfunctions, real leadership will not come in quick fixes. Olaf Cramme argues that only slow moving organisational adjustment will do the trick.
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