May 19, 2014

A Measure of Europe's Weakness

Gideon Rachman, Financial Times

The Associated Press

The heady days of 2011, when idealists welcomed the Arab world’s uprisings, are long gone.

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TAGGED: Arab Spring, European Union, Europe

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