by Mel Huang Luxembourg is closer to Brussels than Helsinki. That is a fact – both literally and symbolically. Despite the start of EU membership negotiations with all twelve Central and East European, as well as Mediterranean candidate countries, the playing field is nowhere near even. The so-called Luxembourg group – Cyprus, the Czech Republic, […]

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