‘The referendum in Ireland and the future of the European Union’ from Affari Esteri (July 2001)

In July 2001, in an article published in the journal Affari Esteri following the refusal of the Irish people to ratify the Treaty of Nice on 7 June, Rocco Antonio Cangelosi, Director General of European Integration in the Italian Foreign Ministry, considers the outcome of the Irish referendum and reaches the conclusion that the gulf between the European Union institutions and the people of Europe is becoming increasingly wide.

Source and copyright

Source: Affari esteri. Luglio 2001, n° 131. Roma: Associazione Italiana per gli Studi di Politica Estera.

Copyright: (c) Associazione Italiana per gli Studi di Politica Estera

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