13 November 2000 PRAGUE–Since the report cards for the 13 candidate countries arrived on 8 November from the European Commission (EC), diplomats, officials, and journalists–from Tallinn to Bucharest–have been studying the assessments of their countries’ preparedness as if they were scripture. Every word and sentence has been dissected, as well as their tone and formulation, […]

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