|Author (Corporate)||Pew Research Center|
|Publisher||Pew Research Center|
|Publication Date||June 2016|
|Content Type||News, Report|
A report released by the US-based Pew Research Center in June 2016 showed that in the wake of prolonged economic stagnation, a massive influx of refugees, terrorist attacks and a strategic challenge posed by Russia, many European are wary of foreign entanglements.
Yet Europeans have not completely turned their backs on the world. Although deeply critical of how the European Union has handled the refugee crisis, the economy and Russia, they acknowledge the Brussels-based institution’s rising international prominence and want it to take a more active role in world affairs. Involvement in the international economy is also widely supported and Europeans generally feel an obligation to help developing nations.
|Subject Categories||Politics and International Relations|
|Countries / Regions||Europe|