By M. Holmes
This re-creation of The Eurosceptical Reader argues powerfully opposed to the swiftly accelerating strategy of ecu Union's (EU) monetary, political, and armed forces integration. It chronicles the EU's present fallacious turnings and overlooked possibilities. subject matters mentioned contain the one forex undertaking, the great Treaty, and the speedy response strength.
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The main players continue to be the US, Israel, the Palestinians and a few of the Arab countries. In most of the Middle East, Britain’s inﬂuence owes almost nothing to the EU. Outside the EU, the UK’s key relationship is, of course, with the United States. Our interest in sustaining that relationship is huge because of the very signiﬁcant two-way trade and investment, because of the beneﬁts we derive in the defence and intelligence ﬁelds and because it makes obvious sense to be as close as possible to the one country with the resources, the assets and the will to make an impact across the globe.
Criticism of British politicians and the institutions they staff may be fashionable. But those of us who have travelled the world and seen others often count our blessings. Like them or not, what matters for our system of democracy is that we know these institutions, we can change their incumbents through the ballot-box, we can get at them between elections and that they deal with issues that matter to every British citizen. People must feel that their votes count, that they can inﬂuence the decisions that affect them.
It gave the EU the power to ‘avail itself’ of Western European Union assets to implement EU decisions and actions that had defence implications. It further provided that, in humanitarian and rescue tasks, peacekeeping tasks and tasks of combat forces in crisis management, including peacemaking, there should be a European structure of decision-making that could act when the United States and Canada (our NATO partners) did not wish to become involved militarily. In 1998 the British and French governments took things further by agreeing that the EU must have the capacity for autonomous action, backed up by credible military force.