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The European Union is in turmoil. Under the pressure of the Covid-19 crisis – an economic emergency as well as a healthcare crisis – it is reforming its economic governance and it is expanding, for the first time, into the field of healthcare. The climate emergency – a slow-burning, and now urgent, crisis no less likely than economic outbursts to shape integration – has pushed Europe to take the global lead in industrial reform; as aptly remarked by The Economist (Charlemagne, May 1st 2021) the EU’s “European Green Deal” may seem fuzzy from outside, but in fact it is a “three decade project that will up-end the continent, in much in the same way the Single Market did from the 1980s” (p. 22). These three areas of development – fiscal union, welfare provision, and environmental policy – mark a leap forward in integration which, albeit less abrupt than past treaty changes, will change the way the European Union works to a larger extent than most recent reforms.

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Nicoli, Francesco, and Claire Dupont. “Democratic Legitimacy in Times of European Upheaval.” The Future of Europe and the Future of the Planet : Collection of Papers on the Occasion of the Conference on the Future of Europe, edited by Guido Montani, Spinelli Institute for Federalist Studies, 2021, pp. 43–48.
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Nicoli, F., & Dupont, C. (2021). Democratic legitimacy in times of European upheaval. In G. Montani (Ed.), The future of Europe and the future of the planet : collection of papers on the occasion of the Conference on the Future of Europe (pp. 43–48). Ventotene, Italy: Spinelli Institute for Federalist Studies.
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Nicoli, Francesco, and Claire Dupont. 2021. “Democratic Legitimacy in Times of European Upheaval.” In The Future of Europe and the Future of the Planet : Collection of Papers on the Occasion of the Conference on the Future of Europe, edited by Guido Montani, 43–48. Ventotene, Italy: Spinelli Institute for Federalist Studies.
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Nicoli, Francesco, and Claire Dupont. 2021. “Democratic Legitimacy in Times of European Upheaval.” In The Future of Europe and the Future of the Planet : Collection of Papers on the Occasion of the Conference on the Future of Europe, ed by. Guido Montani, 43–48. Ventotene, Italy: Spinelli Institute for Federalist Studies.
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Nicoli F, Dupont C. Democratic legitimacy in times of European upheaval. In: Montani G, editor. The future of Europe and the future of the planet : collection of papers on the occasion of the Conference on the Future of Europe. Ventotene, Italy: Spinelli Institute for Federalist Studies; 2021. p. 43–8.
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F. Nicoli and C. Dupont, “Democratic legitimacy in times of European upheaval,” in The future of Europe and the future of the planet : collection of papers on the occasion of the Conference on the Future of Europe, G. Montani, Ed. Ventotene, Italy: Spinelli Institute for Federalist Studies, 2021, pp. 43–48.
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