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A Republican Europe of States
Cosmopolitanism, Intergovernmentalism and Democracy in the EU
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Advance praise: 'This is the best presentation and defence of the EU as an association of sovereign republican states by Europe's leading republican theorist.' James Tully, Professor Emeritus, University of Victoria
Advance praise: 'A superb rethinking of the European Union, which both reveals the deep and continuing appeal of the project, scattering the Brexit fog, and motivates an arresting but sensible set of proposals for institutional reform.' Philip Pettit, Princeton University and the Australian National University
Advance praise: 'Like the best work in EU studies,Richard Bellamy recognizes that insights only come from being both attentive to the Union's institutional detail and sensitive to its uniqueness. However, he alone shows that us that we can only make the most of this by exploring Europe's rich heritage in political thought. This book is the most ambitious example yet of his considerable contribution to the field.' Damian Chalmers, National University of Singapore
Advance praise: 'In this impressive tome, Richard Bellamy brilliantly demonstrates how the Republican imperatives of self-government and non-domination can be reconciled with the requirements of an interdependent age - in the EU and beyond. This is not an easy feat. Bellamy's elegant edifice - a free association of states - relies on sound theoretical pillars, namely 'republican intergovernmentalism' and 'cosmopolitan statism'. But the ultimate conclusion conforms to a profound intuition. It is possible for sovereign political communities to agree and uphold cosmopolitan norms to regulate their interactions as long as individual demoi give their on-going consent to such designs. In grounding this intuition, Bellamy provides a critical contribution to political theory in general and the demoicratic constellation in particular.' Kalypso Nicoladis, University of Oxford
Advance praise: 'Bellamy's defence of the European Union's legitimacy as depending on democratic reconnection with its Member States will provoke and may displease both euro-sceptics and euro-enthusiasts. Making both groups think again is important right now, as the EU faces some of its biggest ever challenges.' Jo Shaw, University of Edinburgh
Advance praise: 'In this beautifully argued book, Richard Bellamy sets out why 'in a globalising world democratic states have compelling ... reasons to create institutions that resemble the EU in key respects'. For political theorists, this is essential reading on legitimacy, democracy and justice within and beyond the state. For scholars of the EU, this is essential reading on the democratic deficit, on parliaments and the EU, on EU citizenship, on differentiated integration and on the reform of the Eurozone. For everyone, this is a book with important implications for Brexit.' Christopher Lord, Universitetet i Oslo
Advance praise: 'Richard Bellamy offers a comprehensive and systematic analysis of the potential justificatio...
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Richard Bellamy is Professor of Political Science at University College London, and Director of the Max Weber Programme, European University Institute, Florence. His previous books include Political Constitutionalism: A Republican Defenceofthe Constitutionality of Democracy(Cambridge, 2007), which won the David and Elaine Spitz Prize in 2009, and, as co-editor, The Cambridge History of Twentieth-Century Political Thought(Cambridge, 2003).
Introduction: democratic legitimacy and international institutions - republican intergovernmentalism, cosmopolitan statism, and the demoicratic reconnection of the EU; Part I. Cosmopolitanism, Statism and Republicanism: Democracy, Legitimacy and Sovereignty: 1. Cosmopolitism and statism: global interdependence and national self-determination; 2. Justice, legitimacy and republicanism: non-domination and the global circumstances of legitimate politics; 3. Sovereignty, republicanism and the democratic legitimacy of the EU; Part II. A Republican EU of Sovereign States: Republican Intergovernmentalism, Demoicracy and Non-Domination: 4. Representing the people's of Europe: addressing the demoicratic disconnect; 5. Union citizenship - supra- and post-national, trans-national or inter-national?; 6 Differentiated integration and the demoicratic constitution of the EU; Conclusion: the global trilemma, the future of the EU and Brexit.