What does Germany's highest court ruling on the Lisbon Treaty really mean for the EU? IMO, too early to tell.
Is a "United States of Europe" feasible in the EU?
The present and future absence of a common working language sur le terrain (ie the workplaces and markets and streets around the EU). In the US, people may speak any language at home but at the shop or store etc, English is the language. That type of situation is not likely to happen, IMO, in the EU, within the next 100 years at least!
PS. IMO/IME, each of the 50 states in the USA has much more "power" than most Europeans and other non-American think, including those who are afraid of a "United States of Europe".
But that is IMO "irrelevant" or a moot issue. The EU will not become a USE for the reason (language) that I proposed above.
Or will it?
Or a Federal Republic (German style)?
updated: June 10, 2011