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0005 A Potemkin Democracy?  management of water resources, the right of European residents to vote in another EU country in all elections, the legalization of cannabis, etc.  Damian Chalmers and Marina Chaves, “The Reference Points of EU Judicial Politics,” Journal of European Public Policy, 19(1), 2012, pp. 25–42. ), Le Traité de Rome. Histoires interdisciplinaires, Berne, Peter Lang, 2009, pp. 183–195. D in history, European University Institute, 2013. Kiran Patel, “Provincializing the European Union: Cooperation and Integration in Europe in a Historical Perspective,” Contemporary European History, 22(4), 2013.

A new type of statesmanship emerges there, one that is in charge of protecting the independence of the “European project” from the political and national interferences. Eurocrats, ECJ judges and later the ECB central bankers collectively depict themselves throughout commemorations and autobiographies as rational governors, armed with their technical competence, inspired by an unfailing loyalty to the European project and tirelessly pursuing the “common good” in the face of private interests. Suffice it to consider the auditions of incoming commissioners before the European Parliament whereby the incipients solemnly take distance with their political and national bonds in a plea for neutrality and objectivity.

At the bedside of an exhausted continent, this conference brought together a paneuropean panel of the broadest scope. The shared sense of urgency is easily perceived in the “Message to Europeans” unanimously adopted by the 750 delegates on May 10, 1948. The construction of a political Union was presented as nothing less than a matter of survival of a “common civilization” that the States and nationalism had nearly destroyed in the course of two world wars. 0006 Europe’s Way of Government in the Making  leaders, trade unionists, jurists, intellectuals, diplomats and high-level civil servants who shared the tribune at the conference: the European political regime would not be simply a projection of national democracies.

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