At the height of the euro crisis, the question of European solidarity came into sharp focus as a geographical divide emerged between the countries worst affected by the economic downturn.
The nationalist rhetoric which emerged at the time was alarming, with politicians and media in Germany and the Netherlands, for example, pouring scorn on the “profligate” southern countries, especially Greece, accusing their populations of laziness and other stereotypes.
At the same time, the...
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