anti-European

anti-European

adj
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) opposed to the European Union or to political union of the countries of Europe
n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) a person who is opposed to the European Union or to political union of the countries of Europe
anti-Europeanism n
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Gordon Brown, speaking at the Edinburgh Book Festival, condemns what he calls "the anti-European Conservatism" of the Prime Minister.
In Britain, the viciously anti-European Brexit Party is being tipped to win first place in the European elections while in France, Marine Le Pen's far-right Eurosceptic nationalists are expected to push President Emmanuel Macron's pro-European centrists into second place.
Unfortunately, anti-European forces will enjoy a competitive advantage in the balloting.
The seeds of anti-European and anti-Western stance are thus sown, which from today's perspective makes a future (EU) entry very difficult,a Johannes Hahn told Der Standard back then.
Anti-European populist forces inside the European Union have been playing along using the existent bureaucratic hooks and making up new ones.
They could do the same as their anti-European predecessors when they brought John Major's Conservative government to the brink over the same issue of Europe as they sought to reject the Maastricht Treaty in 1992.
Not so well done is the headline "Anti-European party..".
Well, is it not obvious that they hanker for the right-wing, racist, chauvinist, anti-European, anti-worker who will do away with the minimum wage and repatriate innocent people to be tortured or worse.
According to him, Maleski's statement hit the essence of the anti-European, anti-American and anti-Macedonian politics of the government.
The real winners in this week's election may be the anti-European left populists and a racist calling for the dissolution of Europe as it is -- ethnically and religiously heterogeneous.
In Finland, Austria, Holland, Hungary, Greece, and elsewhere, anti-European parties and more traditional Euroskeptics are benefiting from growing disillusion with Europe's institutions, the remedies used to combat Europe's ongoing economic crisis, and the widening division between the European Union's north and south.
According to Metro.co.uk, UKIP, known for its firm anti-European Union (EU) stance, have seemingly been impressed by Moyes' ability to eject United from all European competitions this season, while making it extremely unlikely that they would be playing abroad next term, too.