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European enlargement is unstoppable

Outside of the EU, the dream of the Union lives on

By Michael Goldfarb  

Since the fall of the Communist regime in 1990, Albania has had a rough ride. © Michael Goldfarb

As perplexing and enraging as it may seem to euro-sceptical British eyes, the European Union enlargement process continues.  And that is because for those on the outside, the idea of “Europe” still holds great allure. “Europe for us continues to be the dream that may have evaporated for you,” Edi Rama, Prime Minister…

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