ANTICIPATING THE LONG-TERM LEGITIMACY DEMANDS IN EMU REFORM
In a recent article analysing the EMU reinforcement after the last financial crisis, we argue that, however much new institutions may have been needed to stabilize the Eurozone, these institutions have remained structurally deficient in terms of their legitimacy.
THE ITALIAN MORAL U-TURN ON MIGRANTS AND THE DEAFENING SILENCE OF EUROPE
Public sentiment toward migrants is rapidly changing in Italy. The Interior Ministry asked NGOs saving migrants off the Libyan coast to sign a code of conduct in order to regulate their activities. Italy is focusing on the wrong problem, and formulating the wrong solutions.