European Union: fears and hopes
Gilles Rouet ()
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Gilles Rouet: Université de Versailles St-Quentin-en-Yvelines, France
Eastern Journal of European Studies, 2016, vol. 7(1), 5-33
This contribution analyses some data from Eurobarometer 83, spring 2015, especially to draw a map of Fears. The European Union is a divided space and one of the main consequences of the budget (financial) crisis of Greece, followed by the crisis caused by the arrival of thousands of immigrants is an enhanced communication difficulty between the Western and Eastern parts of the EU But all citizens have some new rights with the European Citizenship, which are additional. One of the main issues for the future could be to change the fundamental basis of the Union, thus trying to organize a new articulation between local and supranational, with another role for States, for example to change the organisation of European elections, and to pursue the connection of public spaces with mobility.
Keywords: European identities; fears; hopes; local; mobility; migrations; European citizenship (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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