With the European Union's conference on its first constitution facing many difficulties, a leading European intellectual has offered a new way of running the enlarged union. He suggests a system of decision-making based on what's called enabling majority voting. Would it work? An intergovernmental conference is now preparing the first ever EU constitution, but there are serious differences on key matters. And it's possible that when the constitution emerges, it will be too muddled by compromise to result in much extra efficiency. The union wants to streamline its procedures in decision-maki...
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