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The Jacques Delors Institute works to analyse and to deepen the European Union’s democratic dimension, on the basis of three main themes: representative democracy (European and national parliaments, political parties), participatory democracy ...
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Eurozone and democracy(ies) : a misleading debate
EU no, euro yes? European public opinions facing the crisis (2007-2012)
From institutional Reform to Mass Politics or How to Engage Citizens in the Union of Lisbon
Post-national democracy and the reform of the European Parliament
Euroscepticism or Europhobia: voice vs. exit?
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European Democracy

The Jacques Delors Institute works to analyse and to deepen the European Union’s democratic dimension, on the basis of three main themes: representative democracy (European and national parliaments, political parties), participatory democracy (European and national elections, referendums, citizen deliberations, etc.) and European public sphere (in particular, the tracking of European public opinion).

Parils, 9 April 2005 - "The Constitution, a step forward for the European Union" intervention by Jacques Delors

Mouvement Européen France, Paris, 9 April 2005. The former President of the European Commission comes back on the challenges already taken up by the EU, and on the importance of lui giving it the means for exercising a real influence.

13/04/2005 Conference - Jacques Delors

Pascal Lamy in the Figaro "The constitutional debate must become serious in France"

In this article published in the "Figaro", Pascal Lamy is surprised that the debate around the constitutional project of European treaty is entirely "nationalised" though it should be transnational, and calls for a "serious" debate.

01/04/2005 Interview - Pascal Lamy

Pascal Lamy, former Commissioner, plead for "yes"

"We"re going to have to jump into the fray"

19/03/2005 Tribune - Pascal Lamy

Think Tanks in Europe and the US: Converging or Diverging?

Seminar organised with the participation of Dr James McGann, FPRI and Stephen Boucher.

13/01/2005 Synthesis - Morgan Larhant, Pascal Lamy and Stephen Boucher

Jacques Delors pleads for the "Yes" in Le Monde

In an interview for Le Monde, the former president of the European Commission warns the adversaries of the Constitutional treaty and denounces the politics "without any vision of Jacques Chirac" on Europe.

23/11/2004 Interview - Jacques Delors

A new institutional equilibrium and collective sovereignty

The Constitutional treaty is an important step forward for European integration and presents a number of unquestionable progresses. But this is not a Constitution but a Treaty which stays submitted to a diplomatic revision mode, and the 18 June ...

24/08/2004 Tribune - Conseil d'Administration and Jacques Delors
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