The great economic crisis has given birth to a smaller and tighter monetary union in
The concern in 1945 was that
Western and Eastern Europeans wanted no such third German effort to dominate the continent. Stalin created his rampart of states under Russian control, separating Occupied Germany from
The Europeans searched for a permanent rather than temporary solution to
This was the Coal and
Those who were active in European and American foreign relations during the early postwar years find the
For those, on the other hand, who have felt unease at the scope of ambition found among the Eurocrat establishment in
A series of meetings among leaders and government officials, lacking a mandate to go as far as they have now committed their states to go in advancing the integration of
A few weeks ago,
The unprivileged citizenry are expected to provide the sacrifices.
- Will the Euro Survive 2012?
- The Failure of the Euro
- Italian Prime Minister Calls For Unity to Save the Eurozone
- The New Old Europe
- Brussels Agreements Increase German Role in EU
- Council of Europe: The Soft Power Twin
- Greece: Default and Exit
- Greece's Unlawful Immigrants in Dangerous Hands
- Cyprus Gas Discovery Raises Political Stakes
- Politics Return to Russia
- Russians United against United Russia
- 2011 in Review: The World and the Balkans
- The Double Dilemma Facing Weaker National Economies
- German Chancellor Warns Financial Crisis Solution Will Take Years
- Bank of England Warns U.K. Banks that Eurozone Crisis Poses Biggest Threat
- Major Economies Headed for Slowdown
- Is the National Security Complex Too Big to Fail?
- Troubled Spain Elects New Leadership
- What Happens if Italy's Economy Collapses?
- Europe's Crisis and the Radical Right
- Is Europe Over?
- Europe's Crisis: Beyond Finance
- Uncertainty Rises as Eurozone Crisis Deepens
- Balkans: EU Will Help But Countries Must Reform
Copyright 2012, Tribune Media Services, Inc.