Coordinating Successfully in Turbulent Times: The Danish EU Presidency in the first half of 2012

Mads Dagnis Jensen, Peter Nedergaard

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This article reviews the Danish Presidency of the Council of the EU in the first half of 2012 based on an analytical framework distilled from coordination theory. It shows how the Danish Presidency had to coordinate in a post-Lisbon environment and against the backdrop of a severe economic crisis. The overall goal of the Danish Presidency was to adopt a number of initiatives which would create ‘a more responsible, dynamic, greener and safer Europe’ in a professional way. In order to realise these aims, the Danish Permanent Representation in Brussels had wide room for manoeuvring the negotiations, as long as they stayed within the broad framework defined in Copenhagen. Overall, the Danish Presidency performed well
and gained recognition for having professionally closed several major initiatives in a turbulent political period of the EU.
Translated title of the contributionCoordinating Successfully in Turbulent Times : The Danish EU Presidency in the first half of 2012
This article reviews the Danish Presidency of the Council of the EU in the first half of 2012 based on an analytical framework distilled from coordination theory. It shows how the Danish Presidency had to coordinate in a post-Lisbon environment and against the backdrop of a severe economic crisis. The overall goal of the Danish Presidency was to adopt a number of initiatives which would create ‘a more responsible, dynamic, greener and safer Europe’ in a professional way. In order to realise these aims, the Danish Permanent Representation in Brussels had wide room for manoeuvring the negotiations, as long as they stayed within the broad framework defined in Copenhagen. Overall, the Danish Presidency performed well
and gained recognition for having professionally closed several major initiatives in a turbulent political period of the EU.
LanguageGerman
JournalIntegration
Volume35
Issue number4
Pages258–273
Number of pages16
ISSN0720-5120
StatePublished - 2012
Externally publishedYes

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