Europe needs to become stronger in order to master the crisis at its own level as well as dealing with global threats. This week, Prof. Pohl writes about a political Union and the set up of a European army.
“My personal requirement to the new European leadership would develop on two levels. First of all it is necessary to make the citizens, especially the new generations, feel more involved. The second point would be to better organize the procedures to welcome, host and help the incoming immigrants.”
“I have nothing but my chains to loose in a united Europe.” Though complex in its realisation, the effort should be finally made to unite Europe politically, and not exclusively economically. The federalist approach is not new, but particularly efficient with regard to human rights.