The European Union is in crisis. It is not new. The precarious institutional design of the community space, which was forged to a great extent in Maastricht almost three decades ago, was about to jump through the air in the middle of this decade. The first economic crisis and the volatile Euro crisis later meant a point of no return. Since then, the Europeanist leaders deal with various crises, all of them of an urgent nature, in a scenario of pure disaffection.

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