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The size of the British opt-outs

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The British government is currently preparing the negotiate further opt-outs of the UK in order to find a new status in the EU that wins the support of the British people. But already the United Kingdom is the country that is most detached from the core of EU integration, most notably of course by staying […]

A structural majority of the Eurozone in the single market?

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Next year, the power balance in the EU decision-making on the single market and other related subjects shifts substantially, as the decision-making procedure in the Council is changed to a system based on the double majority of states and population. From the perspective of game theory, I was curious: With four of the six largest […]

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