The EU is looking for more than just checked-in boxes from the wannabe members by Karel Bartak BRUSSELS–When foreign ministers of the Fifteen meet their counterparts from the candidate countries on 8 September, their informal talks will–despite the “future of Europe” agenda–concentrate on everyday business. The enlargement talks have entered a crucial phase and both […]

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