May 28, 2014

As Goes Greece, So Goes Europe?

Nikos Konstandaras, New York Times

The Associated Press

While Europe struggles to cope with the economic crisis, and voters’ focus on domestic issues is seen as a swelling tide of opposition to an “ever closer union,” debate on issues like banking and fiscal union, integration and keeping borders open could stall. If the center wavers, Europe’s great project may fall apart.

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TAGGED: European Union, Greece, Europe, Eurozone

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