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Rethinking the European Project—and Fast

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Piketty, T. (2017). Rethinking the European Project—and Fast. In Piketty, T. Chronicles: On Our Political and Economic Crisis. Penguin Books, pp. 87-90

amends the Maastrict Treaty; intended to make EU governance more democratic and transparent

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The Lisbon Treaty, which entered into force in late 2009, was intended to make EU governance more transparent and democratic, notably by replacing unanimous decision making in the European Council with a system of “qualified” majority voting for most policy areas, and also opening many ministerial council meetings to the public

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The Lisbon Treaty, which entered into force in late 2009, was intended to make EU governance more transparent and democratic, notably by replacing unanimous decision making in the European Council with a system of “qualified” majority voting for most policy areas, and also opening many ministerial council meetings to the public

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(verb) to give a false impression of / (verb) to present an appearance not in agreement with / (verb) to show (something) to be false or wrong / (verb) to run counter to; contradict / (verb) disguise

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which are then immediately belied by events a few weeks later

this is one of those words that I theoretically know but sometimes think means the opposite

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which are then immediately belied by events a few weeks later

this is one of those words that I theoretically know but sometimes think means the opposite

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