by Andrew Stroehlein On the face of it, the Danes’ rejection of the euro in last Thursday’s referendum is not a major setback for the European project as a whole. As happened after their initial rejection of the Maastricht Treaty, the Danish people will likely soon be given another chance to “vote correctly.” But the […]

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