Posted on 10-11-2009
Filed Under (Foreign Policy) by Rashtrakut

As noted earlier, there seems little enthusiasm to create a genuine European state which would require an even greater surrender of national sovereignty to Brussels.  The Economist on how the process to select the new President will lead to a noneity whose words will carry little weight.  But even if the Europeans choose a stronger personality for the Presidency and for Foreign Minister, the larger European countries are unlikely to kowtow to the missives from Brussels.  With such an inherently flawed structure, the whole debate seems an exercise in futility.

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