May 5, 2014

Europe's Precarious New Normal

Erik Berglof, Project Syndicate

The Associated Press

As Europe’s leaders mull over their next steps and consider how to respond, Ukrainians should consider carefully how much they would gain by moving down the path of economic and institutional reform toward European normality. At the same time, the countries of Central and Eastern Europe deserve the EU’s support in their efforts to reduce their vulnerabilities.

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TAGGED: Poland, Ukraine, Russia, European Union, Eurozone, Europe

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