Núm. 20: La desinstitucionalización de la política
Artículos

La Unión Europea como paradigma civil y político para el siglo xxi

Marta Postigo Asenjo
Universidad de Málaga
Publicado julio 24, 2019

Palabras clave:

UE, doble ciudadanía, teoría política, nacionalismo, cosmopolitismo
Cómo citar
Postigo Asenjo, M. (2019). La Unión Europea como paradigma civil y político para el siglo xxi. Bajo Palabra, (20), 161-180. https://doi.org/10.15366/bp2019.20.009

Resumen

La UE constituye una novedad institucional y cívico política que plantea interrogantes a la teoría política. Por ello, resulta relevante tenerla en cuenta para pensar la ciudadanía y la comunidad política del siglo XXI, en un mundo globalizado y cosmopolita. No obstante, el proyecto comunitario, y su logro más significativo desde el punto de vista cívico, que es la ciudadanía europea, afrontan significativos desafíos ante el auge de los populismos y de los nacionalismos, como pone de relieve el Brexit. El presente artículo tiene por objetivo destacar la singularidad política de la UE y poner de relieve los desafíos que plantea ésta a la teoría política, así como los logros e incertidumbres de la ciudadanía comunitaria.

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