As the EU readies itself for the Gothenburg Summit, the big issues are still promising to cause major rifts. The Union, though, is showing greater flexibility–and that should benefit would-be members by Dario Thuburn BRUSSELS–When the Swedes assumed the presidency of the European Union, they made enlargement one of their top priorities. In the final […]

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