27 April 1992 The book about the new Europe depicts the result of a persistent, toilsome, occasionally even chaotic, but ultimately successful process of economic and political integration in a significant part of the European continent. In this sense, it is possible to forecast a trend, a general line of evolution. On the other hand, […]

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