August 6, 2012

Europe's Paralysis Fuels Erosion of Democracy in East

Bloomberg, Bloomberg

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The European Union's failure to resolve the euro crisis is hammering Greece, Italy and Spain. It's also unraveling the weaker democracies of Eastern Europe.

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