18 July 2001 BRUSSELS–Where should the frontiers of the European Union be after enlargement? Or, to be more precise: Where should the frontiers of Schengen-land be after the EU takes in new countries from the former Eastern bloc? Do these newcomers have any chance to be incorporated into the Schengen agreement within the foreseeable future, […]

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