Monthly Archives: June 2016

My Take on ‘Brexit’ by Simona Guerra.

“Surprised about the result? You shouldn’t be. The EU has recently lived multiple crises, financial and economic, the refugees’ crisis, following contested debates on austerity programmes, and the Greek referendum. That has been a turning point in the EU. But … Continue reading

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What do I say to my parents?

My parents have lived in France since 1991, and now are in their eighties. They did not get the chance to vote in yesterday’s referendum. I received an e mail from them this morning, at about half past five, asking … Continue reading

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Federalism: the source and antidote to Euroscepticism?

Federalism: the source and antidote to Euroscepticism? Simon Bransden The UK votes on 23 June on whether to continue to participate in a political system that has federal characteristics, and which for Michael Burgess, a leading scholar, is firmly rooted … Continue reading

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