The Age of Euroscepticism

The grand European experiment of a shared currency, economy, and joint governance — a Nobel Peace Prize-worthy idea that has kept the continent at peace longer than ever before — today faces unprecedented tests, including Brexit, terrorism, a new anti establishment government in Italy, and rising nationalism fueled (at least in part) by a flood of immigrants from the Syrian war. How should the continent move forward — and has the idea of a united Europe outlived its usefulness?

Festival: Aspen Ideas 2018

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