The destiny of Europe 

Marga, Andrei  

Bucureşti : Editura Academiei Române


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Further works by Andrei Marga

Andrei Marga (Romanian, born 22 May 1946) is a philosopher, political scientist and politician. During his career he has twice been nominated Rector of the Babeş-Bolyai University in Cluj-Napoca (1993-2004 and 2008-2012); held the office of Minister of Education (1997-2000) and was Minister of Foreign Affairs (2012). Mr Marga has published widely on philosophy and political science, including works on European integration, and received the Herder Prize for his contributions in 2005.


The Destiny of Europe deals with conceptual ideas of Europe, its identity and challenges and tries to lay down possible alternatives for further European integration.

In the light of this work and one other work on the 'Philosophy of European Unity', both highly praised worldwide, Guido Westerwelle, at the time German Foreign Minister, and Michael Link, as German Minister of State for European Affairs, asked the author to participate in a German-led discussion on reform of the European Institutions. Germany at the time was particularly interested in reforming EU competences and concluding the negotiations on the competitiveness pact.