Disadvantages Of The European Union

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Is the EU, living up to the ideals of peace and Union? The EU stands for the European Union. It is a supranational organization, which is when countries give up some control of their affairs and work together to achieve shared goals. The EU consists of 28 European countries and 24 languages flow throughout the countries. The benefits of being apart of the EU do not outweigh the costs and the countries would be better of on their own because of economic difficulties and social unrest, loss of sovereignty, and the different culture throughout the union clashing with languages. Currently the EU is going through economic difficulties and social unrest within the countries. Greece’s GDP, gross domestic product, is very low and their terrible economic state is affecting the whole EU. Other countries, like Germany and France, now have to take care of Greece, because Greece is so in debt. These countries are now struggling to take care of themselves. If one country in the union fails to be economically stable, the other countries of the EU suffer with them. Greece’s synthetic GDP, which is their GDP if they weren't apart of the EU, is dramatically higher than…show more content…
Economic difficulties and social unrest, loss of sovereignty, and the different culture throughout the union clashing with languages are just three reasons why the counties would be better off on their own. All the disadvantages of being in the EU could lead to fighting in the union which could bring other countries in too. If the conflict got really big, more and more countries would get involved and eventually it could turn not only in a war, but a world war. It is important that the countries apart of the EU leave so that war will not break out and the rest of the world can stay out of the conflicts that will evolve in the

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