Lessons from Brexit


The EU’s first membership crisis has exposed deep rifts within the European political infrastructure – and with no clear indication how Brexit might yet be resolved it is not apparent how these rifts will be healed. The Eurosceptic voice, once a conservative, moderate check on European policies, has become synonymous with much more extreme political views, driving a deep wedge into European politics. Reclaiming the moderate middle ground of Euroscepticism from populist movements may be essential to building a more inclusive European political sphere that is truly representative of the EU’s citizens – and to preventing future crises like Brexit from occurring again.

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