18 June 2001 The negative results of the referendum on the Nice treaty in Ireland on 7 June were widely commented on in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and Slovenia–the five candidate countries hoping to join the European Union by 2003. Despite a little optimism generated by last week’s EU summit in Gothenburg, the […]

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