This book shines new light on the political system of the European
Union (EU) by focusing on civic resources as a keystone of the EU's
ability to sustain. Less-tangible resources such as trust,
solidarity, mutual recognition and citizens' social and political
participation have been, until now, largely ignored in the research
on European integration. Due to the fundamental changes to the EU
in recent years and the challenges ahead, European citizens have
become increasingly critical of a long-lasting unification process
in Europe. This volume theoretically and empirically examines how
the European citizens themselves may contribute to the long-term
effectiveness, legitimacy and endurance of the EU. This book aims
to examine the issues associated with the utilization of civic
resources by the EU, and the ability of European citizens to
develop transnational civic resources. Expert contributors in the
field develop a framework to understand and explore the potential
of citizens in the uncertain future of the EU. Civic Resources and
the Future of the European Union will be of interest to students
and scholars of European Politics and European Union Studies.
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