Recent events in Europe and the Middle East have challenged the coalition government to revisit its engagement with Europe.
British Politics and Policy at LSE
(08 Sep 2011)
Despite initial fears of Euroscepticism on the continent after the election , the coalition government’s relationship with Europe has on the whole, been productive. Paul Adamson argues that while the government’s more recent policy of relatively pragmatic disengagement initially signaled an end to the ‘European honeymoon’, the fiscal crisis and events in Libya may yet see a stronger leadership role for the UK in Europe.
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