Everything tagged with referendum
Resistance or opportunity for the European Union
On July 15th 2016, what was supposed to be another normal Friday in Turkey became the night of a coup attempt. A group of militaries took their guns, and with…
Since Brexit there has been much made of the rise of populism. There has been a perception that populism is on the rise across Europe since the financial crash of …
Iain Duncan Smith had once stated that: “ I am an optimist about the UK. We have been involved in trade with our European partners, which we will always be …
There is no doubt that the political status quo in Europe is changing amazingly fast raising concerns at the same time about the stability of the political system in many…
The “EU project” will continue to exist and play a crucial role for the European continent and the world, but Britain will be a simple observer.
The economic consequences of leaving the EU will depend on what policies the UK adopts following Brexit. But lower trade due to reduced integration with EU countries is likely to cost the UK economy far more than is gained from lower contributions to the EU budget.
The European Union has undoubtedly been the most fascinating experiment in the history of political discourse, but the reason its accomplishments seemed so artificial is the bloc's whole controversy.
Some serious developments seem to threat the vision of the European Integration
What is next for the UK and the EU?
The Dutch Ukraine–European Union Association Agreement referendum is a referendum concerning the approval of the Association Agreement between the European Union and Ukraine, which will be held in the Netherlands on 6 April, 2016. Today, the country which holds the presidency of the Council of the EU this semester will decide whether Ukraine could be a member of the European Union or not.
Britain's Place in Europe
Uncovering the inaccuracies and myths behind some of the most frequent eurosceptic arguments against EU membership
OneEurope contributor Rob Heslop argues that British PM David Cameron should accept Guy Verhofstadt's invitation to address the European Parliament on his proposals for EU reform.
The UK has been at the forefront of some of the EU's greatest successes and it is time the public were made aware of this.
Will the clear NO vote in Sunday's referendum help Greek PM Alexis Tsipras negotiate a better deal for Greece with the country's European creditors?
Fourty years since the fall of the Junta, the Greek people is once again called to the polls to vote in the eigthth referendum of the country. This is a historic moment not just for Greece, but for the whole of Europe.
Same sex couples are now allowed to marry in Ireland
The EU is at a crossroads, and the question Europe as a whole needs to ask itself is how it should cope with the growing demand for more democracy as well as more local and regional power within an increasingly globalised world. In this exclusive article for OneEurope, Peter Josika asks whether the current political structures meet the needs of our time and the foreseeable future.
The Scots decide today if they leave the United Kingdom.
After a period of little estrangement, the EU-Swiss relations seem to get on the right path again. Or not?
The success of a "Basic Income" campaign in Switzerland provides momentum to an equivalent EU initiative.