The Problems of European Identity and the Brexit

In June 2016, the United Kingdom shocked the world by voting to leave the European Union. The result was one of the breaking news in the united kingdom and European union political history. Almost a year ago, it consisted of 28 Member States, but the desire of Great Britain to leave the Union set a precedent for the withdrawal of one of the Member States. Such a decision has no analog and due to this reason today it has become the subject of interest not only for researchers but politicians, lawyers, economists, and other professionals as well, in terms of its reasons and expected outcomes. The article discusses the role of Euroscepticism in the decision-making process for Britain to leave the European Union and the consequences of Brexit for the United Kingdom and the EU itself.

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Keywords: European identity, European integration, European Union, Euroscepticism, Referendum, Brexit


EISSN: 2687-3060


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