Dealing with the Past: Memory and European Integration
Memory has become an object of dispute in the EU. Different groups and states do not have a
full convergence of views and this raises the question as to whether the EU should or should not
be involved. A pluralist conception of justice would argue that the recognition of memory is not
excluded as a form of justice. Adopting this view, this paper argues that the recognition of
memory can be addressed at the EU level if the different components of justice are allocated to
the proper spheres (recognition, retribution and recognition) and levels (national and European).