An article written by ELF’s Executive Director, Daniel Kaddik.
A crisis can be a great eye-opener showing how much of what we believe is true. In recent memory, the EU has seen four major disruptions – the financial crisis, the migration crisis, Brexit, and now the Coronavirus. Those instances have shown severe flaws in the EU’s institutional architecture, in the resilience of the member states, and in our ability to find joint solutions to challenges. Conventional wisdom suggests that these chains of events are akin to black swans – the culmination and result of which could not have been foreseen. Is this true or were those accidents waiting to happen? What kind of leadership do we need now, when things are beginning to go awry?
To view the full article where it was originally published on the ‘Our World’ website, click HERE.