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  • 7 Jun 2016
    Rebecca Adler-Nissen

    A Very British Club: How the UK has built the EU since 1973 (but hasn’t realised it, yet)

    The view from Denmark As a Dane, I follow the Brexit discussion with both interest and bewilderment. Denmark entered the European Communities in 1973 together with the United Kingdom and Ireland. For many Danes the fate of Denmark in Europe is therefore naturally linked to that of the UK. Yet, the British EU referendum debate […]

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  • 14 Mar 2014
    A pile of Euro bank notes
    Tobias Straumann

    Europe’s History and the Future of the Euro

    The chaos and the distress caused by the euro is in flux. As faith in the European currency is restored, Tobias Straumann sheds light on the problems and instabilities that riddle the eurozone. His book, Fixed Ideas of Money, is now available in paperback.

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