Editorial


The process of European integration came to an abrupt halt with the French and Dutch referendums and is unlikely to get going again before the Germany Presidency of the Union in the spring of 2007, as Renato Ruggiero explains in this issue of east. But the process of European economic integration continues. It is unstoppable.

The process of European integration came to an abrupt halt with the French and Dutch referendums and is unlikely to get going again before the Germany Presidency of the Union in the spring of 2007, as Renato Ruggiero explains in this issue of east. But the process of European economic integration continues. It is unstoppable.

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