In its recent reflection paper on the euro the EU Commission advocates a more integrated economic and monetary union. The proposed ideas require further legal as well as public reflection to determine the potential future of the euro and the whole EU.
Tag: European Union Law
The Commission presented five different scenarios for the future of the EU. To understand the White Paper, we must not look at each scenario as such, but rather at the nature of the scenarios, and the choice for scenarios instead of a single grand vision.
The UK Supreme Court has denied British ‘expats’ the right to vote in the upcoming Brexit referendum – but given the restrictive policies currently in place for non-Europeans, should Europeans living in the UK be more worried?