EUROPE : COMMUNITY OR EMPIRE?, Elements of reflection and principles of action for future European citizens
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- THE COMMUNITY AT A CROSSROADS
- Back to the community school
- The age of the builders
- Community or empire: it is up to the European citizen to decide!
- COMMUNITY OR EUROPE?
- Europe and the European Community since the fall of the Iron Curtain
- What is Europe?
- Europe, a moving horizon
- Europe is not the Community
- What is the Community?
- Principles for the functioning of the Community
- Democratic constraint and political method.
- Respect for diversity as a democratic constraint
- 1990: Suddenly the Community leaves its laboratory
- Maastricht: When the administrations alone hold the command
- The Return of the Demons
- Poor interpretation of principles and ignorance of constraints
- THE EMPIRE IS BEING INSTALLED - A European Community inadequate for the 21st century
- A Community under the monopoly of archaic elites
- The Community imposture of the national political classes
- When the valets replace the masters
- The Lobbyist, the Canada Dry of the European Civil Service
- Private Partners, or how to swing from Operationalto Decision-Making
- The Divorce between the Community and the Public Opinions
- Disregard for democracy and no more respect for diversity
- A Community created by States on behalf of the people. Is it, really?
- The subsidiarity concept: forgetting the respect for diversity, or how to feed the fear of the Community
- Plurality, Diversity, Unity...
- The increasing inefficiency of the modes of decision-making and operation within the European Community
- Irresponsibility under influences
- Community inertia and methodological conservatism
- FACING THE YEAR 2000 WITH AN OUTDATED EUROPEAN COMMISSION
- The European Commission, a hybrid of French centralism and German bureaucracy
- Administrative archaism
- Shortage of staff, poor allocation of human resources and inadequate recruitment
- Outdated methodologies, which lack transparency and flexibility
- The four main functions of the European Commission: normative, distributive, stimulative, representative
- The normative function
- The distributive function
- The stimulative function
- The representative function
- The representative function of the Community and the ability to forecast
- Happy with the communication?
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