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The European Union faces internal and external pressures, ranging from illegal migration to imbalances in the Eurozone. Europe’s neighbourhood is turbulent and Brexit raises questions about the future of European integration.  Whatever steps are taken, maintaining public support for the EU will be key.

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Corona: EU’s existential crisis

1 April 2020 - 11:56

During the previous two calamities – the 2010 European debt crisis and the 2015 migration crisis – EU member states vowed to work together and make sure that the Union emerges stronger. But in reality they gradually drifted further apart by the rise of nationalism and populism that followed.

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