Pro-Europeanism

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Pro-Europeanism, sometimes called European Unionism,[1][2] is a political position which favours European integration and the European Union (EU). It includes European federalists, who seek to create a United States of Europe.

As such, it is the opposite of Euroscepticism, which refers to political attitudes sceptical of – or opposed to – European integration. This should not be confused with the more generic term "Anti-Europeanism" which may refer to attitudes to transatlantic relations within the US foreign policy.

Political parties in the EU member states

Outside the EU

Multinational European partnerships

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See also

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