PISM Strategic File no. 16 (79): Eurozone Enlargement Frozen: The Deepening Crevasse between Central Europe and the EU
30 SEP 2015 Strategic File
The next issue of PISM Strategic Files by Dariusz Kałan and Patryk ToporowskiAs of 2015, the eurozone has been the same for a long time. Central European “pre-ins” will not join the eurozone quickly because some simply are not willing and others are unable to do so. The resulting friction not only will impact the economic situation of both the existing members and “pre-ins” but also will produce tensions in the other fields, eventually leading to a negative state of division between the sceptical newcomers and the better-integrated Old Europe.PISM Strategic File no. 16 (79)

The next issue of PISM Strategic Files by Dariusz Kałan and Patryk Toporowski

As of 2015, the eurozone has been the same for a long time. Central European “pre-ins” will not join the eurozone quickly because some simply are not willing and others are unable to do so. The resulting friction not only will impact the economic situation of both the existing members and “pre-ins” but also will produce tensions in the other fields, eventually leading to a negative state of division between the sceptical newcomers and the better-integrated Old Europe.