A New Kind of Europe?: Democratic Integration in the European Union

Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy 10 (1):71-86 (2007)
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The most urgent problem facing the European Union is to develop the best approach to conflicts over integration in the fields of culture, economics and foreign policy. The essay argues that a particular form of democratic integration is better than the two predominant approaches. This approach draws on the actual practices of the democratic negotiation of integration that citizens engage in on a daily basis but which tend to be overlooked and overridden in the dominant approaches.

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James Tully
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