In a blog on New Europeans.net Professor Ben Rosamond argues that the "remain" or "leave" question posed in the UK's EU referendum is too simplistic. It does not take into account the very complex and multi-facet aspects of the EU and EU membership.
Yesterday the Dutch voted against a treaty between the European Union and Ukraine. The referendum is technically non-binding, but marks a rising EU sentiment, Professor Rebecca Adler-Nielsen tells Bloomberg.
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