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In the most recent decade, the European Union has shown itself to be less robust than globalists imagined. Globalists believed that supranationality was weatherproof – that it would always outperform national alternatives and would survive adversity. Economic stagnation and Brexit belied these expectations. This essay investigates one aspect of the EU's supranational plight: incompatible goals and the difficulty of mutual accommodation, especially during hard times. EU supranationalists contenddoi:10.5709/ce.1897-9254.304 fatcat:73aregm4t5ewtmnjckgh5obsye