Is Differentiated Integration the Answer to Euroscepticism?
Differentiated integration is an important part of understanding how an ever-larger European Union copes (or fails to cope) with the diversity of interests and resources among its 27 Member States. But the idea that not all states are able or want to integrate at the same pace or to the same degree is also one of the core tensions underpinning crises such as Brexit, Eurozone inequality, and rising nationalism and Euroscepticism. In the first episode of the EuroStorie Podcast Season 2, we talk to Dr Benjamin Leruth from the University of Groningen about how differentiated integration works, why some countries prefer it, and what it can tell us about Euroscepticism and the future of the EU.
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