Ever since Brexit, debates about the future of the EU have been at the forefront of European politics. Talk of other nations leaving the EU, such as France, Germany, and Italy, have begun, and many other nations such as Hungary have become more outspoken against the EU's actions. This controversy has shed light on some of the EU's faults: lax immigration policies, lessening the autonomy of its members, an ambiguous group of leaders, and more. Some have also accused the EU of being anti-semitic and transforming Europe into one nation as opposed to a collection of diverse cultures.
However, others argue that the EU is a crucial organization in promoting peace, citing the reason it was founded: to prevent another disaster such as a World War. While the outcome of this goal has been debated, there are also economic and political reasons why someone might support the EU. For example, it encourages the promotion of democracy and free markets abroad. It also makes transportation and currency matters a lot simpler, as EU member nations all use the same currency and do not require passports.
Given these two sides - and the rising anti-EU movements - how do you think the EU will end up? Will it become stronger, or will it eventually dissolve? Is the EU even a beneficial organization?