14 February 2002 As the EU readies itself for the Gothenburg Summit, the big issues are still promising to cause major rifts. The Union, though, is showing greater flexibility–and that should benefit would-be members. BRUSSELS–When the Swedes assumed the presidency of the European Union, they made enlargement one of their top priorities. In the final […]

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