Notions that Europe’s deep and rich cultures would one-day work together has disciples long back in history. It can be found in the writings of St Colombanus, a 9th century Irish scholar, who traversed the waters of the Rhine, and established colleges from Meath, to Milan, to Brigganz. […]
My day job is a financial analyst for Latin America in London.
Aside from this, I am building a profile as a commentator on political and economic developments on the European continent. Below is my Facebook commentary profile and email address.
Sean McLaughlin - Europe Commentator
Brexit was a surprise. Perhaps a reason for the surprise was that so few foresaw that so many reasons would come together to influence the outcome. Many of these have been documented before such as: had Cameron not called a referendum; if Blair had chosen the option to delay […]
Many believe that the Anglo-American way of life holds the key to western civilisation and is the envy of the world. The belief is that popular culture espouses personal freedom, open economies make societies prosper whilst their strong and involved militaries hold the ring in an anarchic world […]
Many people in Britain believe that the country joined the European Community in 1973 at the expense of its global ties with countries like Australia. The argument goes: since membership of the EEC/EU, the common external tariff (customs union) of the European Union, and with it, the inability therefore for […]
Europa United would like to welcome Sean Mc Laughlin as our newest contributor. Sean is a native of Northern Ireland and is the Northern Ireland Ambassador to the European Student Think Tank which is an International Organization that involves young people in the European policy-making process and promotes […]