1) Should the EMU be accelerated to become a centre of gravity within the EU, or slowed down to avoid a centrifugal diaspora? If accelerated, how?
2) Should an ‘exit’ country be allowed free entry to the single market and other EU public goods without accepting freedom of movement?
3) Should the EU remain as it is, or increase its capacity to offer common public services (Banking Union, border security, research funding, environment, etc.), or limit its scope of activity to the EU single and integrated market?
A video of the debate with Joaquín Almunia, Ramon Marimon, Gorgio Monti, Morten Ravn can be found here.