01 Jun 2005

Plan B

Richard Baldwin, Editor-in-Chief of Vox.eu.org

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In this provocative new Policy Brief, written in the immediate aftermath of the French and Dutch emphatic rejection of the Constitutional Treaty, Professor Richard Baldwin outlines a simple, viable ‘Plan B’ in four steps and advances five key fallacies that he feels are critical to the debate. ‘EU watchers’ who are deeply discouraged over the future of the European project will find his analysis reassuring.

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