Collective power Europe? : (the government and opposition/Leonard Schapiro lecture 2022)
Government and opposition, 2023, Vol. 58 , No. 4, pp. 623-640
LAFFAN, Brigid, Collective power Europe? : (the government and opposition/Leonard Schapiro lecture 2022), Government and opposition, 2023, Vol. 58 , No. 4, pp. 623-640 - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/75897
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Since the onset of the global financial crisis in 2008, the EU has been tested and contested as it struggled to come to terms with a series of crises, sometimes labelled a polycrisis. In response to crises, the EU has emerged as a collective power and the concept ‘Collective Power Europe’ (CPE) offers a promising lens with which to analyse the 21st-century European Union and the nature of the polity that is emerging. The aim of this article is to unpack the concept of CPE and to analyse its core features – collective leadership and framing, institutional coordination and the evolving policy toolkit – in response to three crises: Brexit, the COVID-19 pandemic and the war in Ukraine.
Published online: 13 February 2023
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