Eurosceptics are on the rise. Since the Brexit referendum, they can no longer be considered a minority; this is a movement that is winning elections and gaining ground in numerous countries across the continent. Fewer and fewer citizens are convinced by the European project, which is increasingly viewed as aloof and Kafkian. Intended as a means of guaranteeing continent-wide peace and prosperity, the Union is currently facing one of the most serious crises in its history. Now, as we reach this significant turning point, what choice will our generation make between a multi-speed Europe and a reinforced federalism?

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