Who is the subject of sovereignty in the Eurozone? From the standpoint of democratic theory, the answer can only be: the demos of the Eurozone. However, since this demos has not yet been (sufficiently) established in Europe, we have to ask ourselves: who really makes the important decisions in the Eurozone?
For Pope Bergoglio it only makes sense to talk about Europe’s role in the wider context of globalisation. Europe’s role should not be sought in its past merits but exclusively in its power to take centre stage in the globalisation of solidarity.
Recently the Lüneburg District Court has been dealing with the so-called “Hungary Action”, the murder of over 300,000 people during the summer of 1944 at the Auschwitz-Birkenau Extermination Camp. When the trial opened, 93 year-old Oskar Gröning stood accused of being an accessory to murder, having served as a member of the SS in the camp's "Prisoners' Property Administration".
Generation E is a pan-European project that aims to collect data to help us understand the phenomenon of the migration of young people from Southern Europe who leave, at least temporarily, their countries. It is the description of a generation, or at least of a part of it, beyond the false myths and clichés that label these young women and men, beyond the ‘lost youth’ stereotype.