Europa United’s Keith Dunne discusses the scenarios of Catalonian independence and reveals the real outcome of isolation should the state fail to get international recognition. The scenes of the Spanish Police The Guardia Civil in Catalonia beating voters and shooting rubber bullets into fellow citizens as they queued outside polling stations were viewed around the […]
Campaigner and activist on European issues. Former member of UEF and currently a member of New Europeans Ireland. Particular area of interest is in central European politics.
Keith Dunne poses some questions here – Should Ireland sacrifice the Common Travel Area for membership of Schengen? And at the same time should the Irish government push for special status for Northern Ireland so the island can continue to enjoy freedom of movement? Over the last few weeks I kept […]
It’s been over a year now since the United Kingdom voted to leave the European Union and what a year it has been. In the UK we have seen court cases, political leadership contests and elections. The Conservatives, already on a wafer thin minority in the parliament, decided […]
After a difficult few years, the European Union is buoyant again. The threat of Anglo-Saxon populism has not taken root on Europe’s mainland so far, and Macron’s victory in France has breathed new life into the European project. Europhiles are hoping his election will act as a catalyst […]