Thursday July 16, 2020

Out of touch with economic reality: The EU agenda

You might think that after the failed EU constitutional referendums in France and the Netherlands, the bitter bickering over the new EU budget and the intransigence of Chirac and Schroeder at the G8 summit over agricultural subsidies, Brussels would

23rd July, 2005

You might think that after the failed EU constitutional referendums in France and the Netherlands, the bitter bickering over the new EU budget and the intransigence of Chirac and Schroeder at the G8 summit over agricultural subsidies, Brussels would settle down into a period of self-reflection and analysis.

Yet, as the last two weeks indicate, even the sight of an iceberg of voter revolt rising ominously over the troubled waters of European policies can't stop...

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