Europe has long been a discussion over a Europe of states and Europe of citizens. However the Europe we have today is neither. As Europeans, we will have to make a choice between the two before the forces unleashed by this Europe overwhelms us all.
The Union is incomplete – it is half-baked and poorly constructed. But worse, it is built upon deceit and the misleading of Europe’s peoples.
As we enter exam season, the blog must take a backseat whilst I redirect my attention and energies elsewhere. However before the hiatus, I present you with a quick update of recent news.
Time after time in 2015, the EU lost democratic contests, showed itself as incompetent and ineffective. Anti-establishment feeling is rampant in the EU today; is there anything which can turn the tide in favour of the Union?
Europe has changed much since the days before the EU, but it seems like eurosceptics haven’t quite noticed that yet; a comment on the current state of affairs in Europe, and how we need each other now more than ever before.
Originally posted on Yanis Varoufakis:
On 15th July 2015 Die Zeit published this piece. Here is the original English language version. The reason five months of negotiations between Greece and Europe led to impasse is that Dr Schäuble was determined that they would. By the time I attended my first Brussels meetings in early February,…
Poland on Sunday saw a distinct shift towards right wing, nationalist conservatism and euroscepticism.