The Irish rejection of the Nice treaty is only the tip of the iceberg by Yordanka Nedyalkova PRAGUE, Czech Republic–The Irish voters’ “no” to the Nice Treaty on 7 June shook up the confidence–of both EU functionaries and applicant countries–that eastward expansion of the Union is imminent and irreversible. Involved officials west and east admitted […]

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