11 December 2000 PRAGUE–The first reaction across Central and Eastern Europe to the European Union’s Nice marathon summit was satisfaction. The collapse of the meetings, potentially bankrupting any plans for enlargement had, after all, been staved off at the last minute. But that “success” also left a bitter aftertaste for those waiting at the door. […]

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