Europe is today a new-old world. It is a continent in transitions that until recently were deemed inconceivable.
Cold warriors, confident in their rigid concepts, told us not long ago that a declining Western Europe, losing its backbone and faced with totalitarianism unchangeable from within, was being enfeebled, “Finlandized.” But as the 1990s dawn, an ascending Western Europe moves toward integration and the communist bloc has imploded, with the Eastern European nations m...
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