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The European Council and European Governance : The Commanding Heights of the EU

By: Foret, FranÃois.
Contributor(s): Rittelmeyer, Yann-Sven.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Routledge Studies on Government and the European Union: Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2013Description: 1 online resource (201 p.).ISBN: 9781317962359.Subject(s): European Council | European federation | European Union countries -- Politics and government | European UnionGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The European Council and European Governance : The Commanding Heights of the EUDDC classification: 341.242222 LOC classification: JN15.E976 2014ebOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of contributors; Acknowledgements; 1 Introduction; PART I The European Council as an institution and a policy-maker; 2 The institutional consecration of the European Council: symbolism beyond formal texts; 3 More than a prestigious spokesperson: the role of summits and the European Council in European Political Co-operation, 1969-1981; 4 EU high politics: the policy agenda of the European Council, 1975-2011; PART II The EU presidency and the European Council - complementary or competitive?
5 What's left of the rotating presidency? The future of 'national' presidencies6 The communautarization of the Council presidency: intra- institutional dimensions and inter-institutional effect; 7 The Council presidency and the European Council: towards collective leadership in the EU; PART III Legitimization of the European Union; 8 An expectation-outcome gap writ large: the Felipe González Reflection Group revisited; 9 Legitimacy in numbers? Communicative aspects of the post-Lisbon EU; 10 Problems of compound representation in the European Union after Lisbon; Index
Summary: <P>In recent years, the failure of the constitutional process, the difficult ratification and implementation of the Lisbon Treaty, as well as the several crises affecting Europe have revitalized the debate on the nature of the European polity and the balance of powers in Brussels. This book explains the redistribution of power in the post-Lisbon EU with a focus on the European Council.</P><P></P><P>Reform of institutions and the creation of new political functions at the top of the European Union have raised fresh questions about leadership and accountability. This book argues that the Europea
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Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; List of contributors; Acknowledgements; 1 Introduction; PART I The European Council as an institution and a policy-maker; 2 The institutional consecration of the European Council: symbolism beyond formal texts; 3 More than a prestigious spokesperson: the role of summits and the European Council in European Political Co-operation, 1969-1981; 4 EU high politics: the policy agenda of the European Council, 1975-2011; PART II The EU presidency and the European Council - complementary or competitive?

5 What's left of the rotating presidency? The future of 'national' presidencies6 The communautarization of the Council presidency: intra- institutional dimensions and inter-institutional effect; 7 The Council presidency and the European Council: towards collective leadership in the EU; PART III Legitimization of the European Union; 8 An expectation-outcome gap writ large: the Felipe González Reflection Group revisited; 9 Legitimacy in numbers? Communicative aspects of the post-Lisbon EU; 10 Problems of compound representation in the European Union after Lisbon; Index

<P>In recent years, the failure of the constitutional process, the difficult ratification and implementation of the Lisbon Treaty, as well as the several crises affecting Europe have revitalized the debate on the nature of the European polity and the balance of powers in Brussels. This book explains the redistribution of power in the post-Lisbon EU with a focus on the European Council.</P><P></P><P>Reform of institutions and the creation of new political functions at the top of the European Union have raised fresh questions about leadership and accountability. This book argues that the Europea

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<p>François Foret is Jean Monnet professor in political science and European studies at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium.</p> <p>Yann-Sven Rittelmeyer is Research Fellow in the Study Committee for Franco-German Relations (Cerfa) at the French Institute of International Relations (Ifri) in Paris, France.</p>

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