UK Referendum: A vote based on facts or emotions?

The UK Referendum is fast-approaching. Thursday’s vote will be of crucial importance for the future of both Britain and the EU, yet its outcome seems to remain rather uncertain. viEUws is joined by Janis A. Emmanouilidis, Director of Studies at the European Policy Centre (EPC), to discuss the shifts between the provisional barometric tendency putting, in turns, the ‘Leave’ and the ‘Remain’ forward, and the “below standard quality of the debate”. Janis A. Emmanouilidis has the story behind the EU’s 21st century momentum.

Janis A. Emmanouilidis has been working as the EPC’s Senior Policy Analyst since 1999 and was recently promoted to Director of Studies. His publications cover the EU’s overall political and institutional development, the sovereign debt crisis, EU integration, EU foreign policy as well as EU enlargement. Emmanouilidis also acts as an advisor to various governments, EU institutions, European parties and NGOs. You can read his latest publications here.

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