By Stefan Gänzle, Kristine Kern
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The main goals of such transnational networks are, ﬁrst, representation and lobbying in the macro-region and beyond (viz. g. through membership fees or EU funding); and third, best/good practice transfer and learning among the networks’ constituent members in the macro-region (Kern, 2001; 2011; 2014; Kern and Bulkeley, 2009). (3) As macro-regionalization transcends EU borders, MLG embraces both EU member and non-member states alike. With the exception of the Atlantic Arc (see Wise, chapter 11 in this volume), the inclusion of non-member states is a common feature among all macro-regional strategies to have been developed or proposed so far.
Both these political philosophers were also adamant that citizens’ access to decision-making at the federal level should be guaranteed, and hence advocated a bottom-up approach in the organization of federal political entities. Over time, the concept of a ‘Europe of the Regions’ (see Ruge, 2003, for a thorough discussion of the intellectual roots of this idea; Elias, 2008) emerged to grasp these considerations. Politically, the idea of a ‘Europe of the Regions’ implies that regions could ultimately challenge the central position of the nation state in the political order of Europe.
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A ‘Macro-regional’ Europe in the Making: Theoretical Approaches and Empirical Evidence by Stefan Gänzle, Kristine Kern