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Pro-Europeanism is a term broadly used for any political orientation which favours co-operation among European nations. More specifically, when used in the context of European integration and the European Union, it refers to a political position which views them both favourably.
As such, it is the opposite of "Euroscepticism", which refers to political attitudes sceptical of – or opposed to – European integration. (it 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
- Austria: Austrian People's Party, Social Democratic Party of Austria, The Greens - The Green Alternative, NEOS – The New Austria
- Belgium: Reformist Mouvement, Open Flemish Liberals and Democrats, Socialist Party, Christian Democratic and Flemish, Ecolo, Green
- Bulgaria: Union of Democratic Forces, Citizens for European Development of Bulgaria, Democrats for a Strong Bulgaria, Movement for Rights and Freedoms
- Czech Republic: Czech Social Democratic Party, ANO 2011, TOP 09, Christian and Democratic Union – Czechoslovak People's Party, Green Party
- Denmark: Danish Social Liberal Party, Social Democrats, Venstre, Conservative People's Party
- Estonia: Estonian Social Democratic Party, Estonian Centre Party, Estonian Reform Party, Estonian Greens, Pro Patria and Res Publica Union, Conservative People's Party of Estonia, Estonian Free Party
- Finland: Centre Party, National Coalition Party, Social Democratic Party of Finland, Green League
- France: Democratic Movement, The Republicans, Socialist Party, Europe Ecology – The Greens, Radical Party of the Left, Union of Democrats and Independents
- Germany: Alliance '90/The Greens, Christian Democratic Union, Christian Social Union in Bavaria, Social Democratic Party of Germany, Free Democratic Party
- Greece: New Democracy, Panhellenic Socialist Movement, The River
- Hungary: Democratic Coalition, Hungarian Socialist Party, Hungarian Liberal Party, Modern Hungary Movement, Together, Dialogue for Hungary, Civic Conservative Party
- Ireland: Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil, Labour Party, Green Party
- Italy: Democratic Party, Forza Italia, New Centre-Right – Union of the Centre
- Luxembourg: Christian Social People's Party, Luxembourg Socialist Workers' Party, Democratic Party, The Greens
- Netherlands: Democrats 66, People's Party for Freedom and Democracy, Labour Party, Christian Democratic Appeal, GroenLinks
- Poland: Civic Platform, .Modern, Polish People's Party, Democratic Left Alliance
- Portugal: Social Democratic Party, Socialist Party, Ecologist Party "The Greens", People–Animals–Nature Party
- Romania: Social Democratic Party, National Liberal Party, People's Movement Party, Alliance of Liberals and Democrats, Democratic Union of Hungarians in Romania
- Slovakia: Christian Democratic Movement, Slovak Democratic and Christian Union – Democratic Party, Direction - Social Democracy, Most-Híd, Network
- Spain: People's Party, Spanish Socialist Workers' Party, Citizens, Equo, Union, Progress and Democracy
- Sweden: Swedish Social Democratic Party, Moderate Party, Centre Party, Liberals, Christian Democrats
- United Kingdom: Liberal Democrats, Green Party of England and Wales, Plaid Cymru, Scottish National Party, Social Democratic and Labour Party, Progressive Unionist Party, Women's Equality Party, More United
Outside the EU
- Albania: Democratic Party of Albania, Socialist Party of Albania, LSI, Republican Party of Albania, Unity for Human Rights Party
- Armenia: ADL, Heritage, Democratic Liberal Party, Liberal Democratic Union of Armenia
- Belarus: Belarusian Christian Democracy, BPF Party, United Democratic Forces of Belarus
- Bosnia and Herzegovina: Democratic Party of Federalists, Serb Democratic Party, Union for a Better Future, Democratic Front, Croatian Democratic Union 1990, Union for a Better Future of BiH
- Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia: Social Democratic Union, New Social Democratic Party
- Georgia: Georgian Dream, European Georgia, National Movement (Georgia)
- Iceland: Social Democratic Alliance, Bright Future, Reform Party
- Montenegro: Democratic Party of Socialists of Montenegro, Social Democratic Party of Montenegro, DEMOS, Positive Montenegro, Liberal Party
- Norway: Conservative Party, Labour Party
- Moldova: Liberal Democratic Party, Democratic Party, Liberal Party, European People's Party
- Russia: Yabloko, People's Freedom Party
- Turkey: Peoples' Democratic Party, Republican People's Party
- Serbia: Democratic Party, Liberal Democratic Party, Social Democratic Party, League of Social Democrats of Vojvodina, United Serbia, Serbian Renewal Movement, New Party, Strength of Serbia Movement, Serbian Progressive Party, Socialist Party of Serbia
- Switzerland: Social Democratic Party of Switzerland, Green Party of Switzerland, Green Liberal Party of Switzerland, FDP.The Liberals, Christian Democratic People's Party of Switzerland
- Ukraine: Fatherland, Ukrainian People's Party, Our Ukraine, European Party of Ukraine, People's Front, Petro Poroshenko Bloc
Multinational European partnerships
- An international organisation whose stated aim is to uphold human rights, democracy, rule of law in Europe and to promote European culture.
- It has 47 member states, with approximately 820 million people.
- European Federalist Party
- European Integration
- European Union
- European Union as an emerging superpower
- Federalisation of the European Union
- Pan-European identity
- Politics of Europe
- Pulse of Europe Initiative
- United States of Europe
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