Predicting the Path of European Integration – in Retrospect

–– Rejoinder, 37 Years Later ––
In the early Spring of 2015 the United Kingdom lost two of its best experts on European integration – John Pinder and Roger Morgan. Both brought academic expertise and great practical judgement to their support for the European project from a starting-point which stressed the importance of persuading the nation states of the benefits of increased integration. As we approach a referendum on Britain’s continued membership – a strange and unnecessary affair for most of those without a political axe to grind – their voices will be greatly missed, not least as the new generation of EU experts in British universities is increasingly cosmopolitan in character. The debate over BREXIT in the UK requires informed indigenous voices if it is not to be overtaken by raucous extremism, but they are ever fewer in number. […]

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p. 52-56
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50/4
ISBN/ISSN/DOI: 
10.1080/03932729.2015.1086065
Publication date: 
26/01/2016
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