Europe

The Restructure of Europe After Brexit

The European Union is not nearly as good as the Remainers maintain that it is, nor as bad as the Brexiteers say. It constitutes a substantial achievement in institution-building, and performs useful functions for a number of its members. However, its various member-states have substantially different needs, wants and expectations from the organisation, with the result that no one member state is fully satisfied by it, and many are very unhappy. Although no human institution is perfect, there is a certain degree of dissatisfaction beyond which it probably makes sense for the unhappiest members to consider departure. This has happened…

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