January 9, 2014

European Union Headed for Giant Supernova

Jochen Bittner, New York Times

The Associated Press

More or less since its birth, the European Union has been a subject of apocalyptic talk — a permanent crisis mode that has worked beautifully to enhance ever-closer integration.

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