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Consequences of EU-Ukraine “No” Vote for Europe

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On 7 April, Dr. Aaron Matta spoke to Radio France International about the outcomes of the Dutch referendum on the EU-Ukraine Association Agreement. Dr. Matta commented on the consequences of the vote for the future of the European Union. A version of this interview also appeared in Le Monde.

“While it will not lead to a continental crisis, the no vote, by a relatively small country in Europe, will affect the coherence and the stability of the EU’s external action going forward.”

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