6 June 2001 BRUSSELS–Swedish Ambassador Gunnar Lund was ebullient, calling it a “breakthrough” in enlargement negotiations and “significant and very welcome progress.” The jubilation was understandable and justified. In a hectic two days of accelerated behind-the-scenes haggling, he succeeded–together with others–in forcing the European Union machine to spit out a common position on two key […]

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