Send articleThe Future of Europe
The challenges currently facing the European Union are more dangerous than ever before in the time since the signature of the Treaty of Rome. The first is an external threat that is linked to the new geopolitical situation in the world and around Europe. The second threat comes from within the EU and is linked to the growth of anti-European, nationalist and increasingly xenophobic sentiments. The third threat is represented by the attitude of the pre-European elites who show that they have less trust in political integration and who passively accept populist arguments and doubt the fundamental values of liberal democracy.