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A Republican Europe of States: Cosmopolitanism, Intergovernmentalism and Democracy in the EU

Richard Bellamy
Format
Book
Published
Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2019.
Language
English
ISBN
9781107022287, 1107022282, 9781107678125, 1107678129
Summary
"This book offers an account of the democratic legitimacy of global institutions in general and of the European Union (EU) in particular. That may seem at best a thankless and at worst an impossible task at a time when such organisations have come under increasing attack for undermining democracy at the domestic level without adequately compensating for this loss at the supra- or trans- national level"--
Contents
  • Introduction: democratic legitimacy and international institutions: cosmopolitan statism, republican intergovernmentalism and the demoicratic reconnection of the EU
  • Cosmopolitism and statism: global interdependence and national self-determination
  • Justice, legitimacy and republicanism: non-domination and the global circumstances of legitimate politics
  • Sovereignty, republicanism and the democratic legitimacy of the EU
  • Representing the peoples of Europe: addressing the demoicratic disconnect
  • Union citizenship: supra- and post-national, transnational or international?
  • Differentiated integration and the demoicratic constitution of the EU
  • Conclusion: the global trilemma, the future of the EU and Brexit.
Description
xvii, 245 pages ; 25 cm
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (pages 213-237) and index.
Technical Details
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