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EU according to Sikorski


polonius 54 | 420
9 Dec 2012 #1
PAP on Sunday reported Foreign Min. RadosÅ‚aw Sikorski attending a World Policy Conference in Cannes. Speaking of the EU's future, he said: 'In my view, the desirable goal would be a political union comprising member states but without any illusions of creating a single European super-state.' He also proposed concrete efforts to jointly protect the EU’s external borders as well as the need to emphasise the EU’s successes such as its anti-piracy efforts off the coast of Somalia.

What is your take on the EU's future and why?
1. Should it become a super-state ruled by a Brussels-based super-structure?
2. Should it be a federation of sovereign homelands?
3. Should it be disbanded altogether?
Ironside 51 | 11,337
4 Jan 2013 #2
2. Should it be a federation of sovereign homelands?
3. Should it be disbanded altogether?

One of those!
Sikorski would say anything - does it really matters?
TheOther 6 | 3,692
4 Jan 2013 #3
I believe that the current EU structure is not sustainable on the long run. At some point in time, a handful of countries - most likely France, Germany, Austria, the Netherlands and Luxemburg - will form their own political and economic entity without the EU. Whether Poland, the Czech Republic and Hungary will be part of that union depends on the development of these countries over the (say) next 50 years.

Which probably also answers Ironside's question: polishforums.com/news-politics-4/middle-europe-63944/#msg1338462
Archyski - | 44
4 Jan 2013 #4
I think that as long as the union keep its free trade among the countries, the corporations will do anything to keep the union together.

So I would say number 2.


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