9 February 2004 The European People’s Party has succumbed to post-communist political grandstanding. It was Brussels, but it felt a lot more like Prague or Budapest. Last week, the European People’s Party (EPP) held its annual congress in the Belgian capital–a seemingly standard bit of EU-style politicking. The EPP, which is the European Parliament’s largest […]

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