WARSAW - Proud Eastern European nations did not join the European Union to be lectured by “know-it-all” Westerners and find themselves dominated by Brussels after decades under the dictates of Moscow, a German scholar points out.
Speaking in a media, Berthold Loffler, a political science professor at the University of Ravensburg-Weingarten in southern Germany, said that citizens in Eastern Europe feel "as good Europeans" as their peers in the western part of the continent.
At the same time, Eastern Europeans resist a mindset displa...
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