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A Europhile is a person who is fond of, admires, or even loves European culture, society, history, food, etc. In politics, it may be used to imply Pro-Europeanism, or support for the European Union, often disapprovingly. In the disapproving case, Europhile stands in contrast to Eurosceptic, which refers to a desire to keep one's country out of the European Union, or a belief that the European Union form of governing will produce worse results than independent European states.

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