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A new political geography


The euro crisis is reshaping politics across Europe – and creating a widening gulf between the European project and its citizens. Established political parties are fighting for their lives; countries that thought of themselves as European in every respect are finding themselves sidelined. We are witnessing the emergence of a new political geography for the European Union. And this is affecting at least four different aspects of the European project.

The euro crisis is reshaping politics across Europe – and creating a widening gulf between the European project and its citizens. Established political parties are fighting for their lives; countries that thought of themselves as European in every respect are finding themselves sidelined. We are witnessing the emergence of a new political geography for the European Union. And this is affecting at least four different aspects of the European project.

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