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Magazine articles on politics, society, and news relevant to the entire European region.
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November 17, 2003
John Rossant
How Europe Could Grow Again The European experiment was supposed to deliver prosperity. It hasn't. But with less reform than you might think, a healthy new economy could emerge. mark for My Articles 473 similar articles
November 3, 2003
David Fairlamb
A Family Feud Could Hobble The EU In the European union's corridors of power, the four biggest and economically strongest countries -- Germany, France, Britain, and Italy -- have always called the shots. Those days, however, may be gone forever. mark for My Articles 238 similar articles
October 13, 2003
Gail Edmondson
Commentary: Can Brussels Police Itself? The Eurostat fraud charges underscore the need for transparency at the EC mark for My Articles 56 similar articles
September 24, 2003
The Euro's March to... Where? In the case of the euro, one can never overlook the political agenda. mark for My Articles 448 similar articles
September 29, 2003
Stanley Reed
A Blow to the Euro? Sweden's "no" vote may alter the path of EU integration. mark for My Articles 266 similar articles
August 4, 2003
Reed & Sains
What'll It Be, Sweden? Its September vote on adopting the euro has the nation on edge mark for My Articles 178 similar articles
July 21, 2003
Kerry Capell
A Food Fight the U.S. Is Sure to Lose Once again, Europe and the U.S. are at loggerheads. This time, they're fighting over food, not foreign policy. On July 2, the European Parliament passed legislation calling for detailed labeling of genetically modified (GM) food products. mark for My Articles 328 similar articles
June 2003
European Geoconservation Now 12 parks strong, the European Geoparks Network spans Ireland, France, Spain, Italy, Greece and Germany, with scenes ranging from petrified forest to coastal cliff. Local parks have garnered public support. mark for My Articles 4 similar articles
June 2003
Sara Rimensnyder
Rent-a-Country Care to be king for a day? Rent Liechtenstein. mark for My Articles 5 similar articles
June 2003
Mark Leonard
Combine and Conquer The European Union's obsession with legislation is usually taken as a sign of weakness. But take a closer look: The bureaucrats in Brussels have been busy creating a new political space that has the power to make the 21st century the European century. mark for My Articles 123 similar articles
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