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The Future of Europe

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  06 September 2018

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For the first time since Yalta Europe is in the process of being fundamentally reorganized. The bipolar world of U.S. USSR hegemony is rapidly passing. As Europeans, we can no longer evade the task of defining the distinct European reality. In the first part of this essay I described some of the new definitions being proposed by those who envision a united and socialist Europe. It is not enough, however, simply to expose the dangerous fallacies in the proposals set forth by others. Conservatives are called upon to clarify the assumptions on which they would build an alternative definition of the European reality.

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