June 19, 2011

Why Europe No Longer Matters

Richard Haass, Washington Post

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In the coming decades, Europe’s influence on affairs beyond its borders will be sharply limited, and it is in other regions, not Europe, that the 21st century will be most clearly forged and defined.

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