Apr 07, 2016

The Dutch Hit Back at the EU (Via Ukraine)

As tends to happen when EU voters are given a direct say on the European project, Brussels has just lost another referendum. This time, Dutch voters have said ‘nee’ to the EU’s association agreement (a trade deal and much more besides) with Ukraine.  I posted a bit about the coming vote here on the Corner in January, drawing heavily on analysis by Open Europe’s Pieter Cleppe. This (by Cleppe)...

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