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The European Union (EU) is history's most advanced illustration of regional integration. However, it is still facing many economic, political and security challenges that pose considerable problems for the future of the union. These challenges include differences over some policies among the member countries like the Eurozone and Schengen Area, Russia's war on Ukraine, terrorism, tribalism, the rise of the anti-EU Political Parties in different member countries, demographic change, tribalism, migration and refugee issues, the rise of global protectionism and technical competition with China and the United States. Moreover, the cultural diversity in the region has also a significant and lasting impact on the future of the European Union. This research analyses the obstacles and challenges that threaten the future of the European Union while evaluating multiple aspects of the political, economic, security and cultural. Understanding patterns of anticipated costs and benefits is crucial when thinking about the future of the European Union. It is possible to build a greater Europe with robust EU management, progressive leadership, and a stronger European Parliament than the national parliaments
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