- Title Pages
- List of Contributors
- Introduction: Inhibited Consensual Leadership within an Interdependent Confederal Europe
- 1 Strategic Innovation by Insider Influence: Monnet to Delors
- 2 Delegation and Commission Leadership in Economic and Monetary Union
- 3 Guiding the Digital Revolution: Is European Technology Policy Misguided?
- 4 Environmental Policy: EU Actors, Leader and Laggard States
- 5 Did France and Germany Lead Europe? A Retrospect
- 6 Political Leadership in the European Commission: The Santer and Prodi Commissions, 1995–2005
- 7 Security Policy and the Logic of Leaderlessness
- 8 Franco‐German Relations: From Active to Reactive Cooperation
- 9 A Bid Too Far? New Labour and UK Leadership of the European Union under Blair
- 10 Leaderless Enlargement? The Difficult Reform of the New Pan‐European Political System
- 11 Legal Leadership in the European Union
- 12 Commission Leadership and the Internet: Dragging the Net through Choppy Waters
- 13 The European Parliament: Leadership and ‘Followership’
- 14 Beyond the Rotating Presidency
- 15 Collective Leadership in Leaderless Europe: A Sceptical View
- Epilogue: The Elusive European Prospect
- Leaderless Europe
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