What Future Has the European Union after its Sixtieth Anniversary – Back to the Future?

The main challenge facing today’s European Union is to find ways to bring together the diverging interests of its many members, writes Colin Imrie. He argues that, if the EU27 manage to arrive at a common vision combining economic and social priorities, the EU could begin once again to demonstrate its relevance and importance to […]

The Ordoliberal Model and the Response to the Eurocrisis

The crisis in the Eurozone has been met with a host of measures designed to enshrine a new fiscal order among the members of the single currency, writes María del Carmen Sandoval Velasco. She argues that Germany and other EU creditor countries have used these measures to embed values of ordoliberalism into the architecture of […]