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#Brexit and #Grexit: Two separate debates or two sides of the same coin?

Two of the currently most popular hashtags on Twitter reflect Britain’s debate on whether to leave the EU (#Brexit) and the possibility of Greece leaving the euro (#Grexit). 796 more words

Eurozone

Early Steps on the Long Road to the Brexit Referendum

Swee Leng Harris and Justine Stefanelli, Research Fellows in Law at the Bingham Centre for the Rule of Law, take a look at the diverging attitudes within the Conservative Party towards EU membership and reform, and how some of these are directly at odds with those of party leader and Prime Minister, David Cameron. 1,017 more words

EU Reform

The Upcoming Negotiations on (a Few Aspects of) the Terms of Britain’s EU Membership

As David Cameron begins negotiations for EU reform in earnestNeill Nugent, Emeritus Professor of Politics at Manchester Metropolitan University, examines the challenges in identifying the measures that will be acceptable for the remaining 27 EU member states, whilst still delivering the changes Cameron has promised the British electorate. 972 more words

EU Reform

EU leaders know the plan, but need convincing of Cameron’s motivations

Original post from The Conversation

‘……………By Sofia Vasilopoulou  Lecturer, Department of Politics at University of York

David Cameron has opened discussions at the European Council… 672 more words

Political

The EU needs more, not less, federalism

The word ‘federalism’ has become, in the UK at least, shorthand for the concept of increased centralisation of power at the centre of the EU, away from the individual Member States.   1,297 more words

Politics

Is Our Culture Shaped By Our Economy, Or The Other Way Around?

Our viewpoint on national debt is not solely based on economics. Rather our current national debt is the result of our way of thinking. Americans, and to a lesser degree our Western partners are extremely good at converting everything into a $ value.   562 more words

Economy

Diagnosis for Europe

Last week heavy-weight EU think-tank, Friends of Europe, has gathered a wide spectrum of acknowledged EU speakers, thinkers and officials, with an aim of diagnosing a state of Europe, which seems is still in trouble, but with some signs of hope. 615 more words

Economy