A wider union offers historic opportunities, but only if both the East and the West are willing to change by Jacques Rupnik The European Union was Western Europe’s response to the traumas of nationalism and two world wars. Its aim was to create such an intensity of communications and an interdependence of self-interests, especially between […]

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