European Dis-Union

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Friday, February 11, 2011

First the Greek Debt Crisis, then the luck of the Irish ran out, and now financial markets anxiously wait to see if Portugal or Spain is next. The downturn of 2010 went beyond financial calamity. A hesitant and controversial response to economic crisis highlighted deep divisions between the European Union’s 27 members, and raised the question of whether the drive to integrate Europe may be stalling out.

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