Following the dramatic two-day EU summit in Brussels, the words "Europe" and "crisis" have appeared in headlines and political speeches across the continent ad nauseum. Indeed, Jean-Claude Juncker, the prime minister of Luxembourg and current EU president dramatically stated that "Europe is not in crisis. But in a "profound" state of crisis." Is he right? And if so, what does it all mean for the Baltic states?Two major issues were on European leaders' agenda. The future of the Constitutional Treaty, so dramatically rejected by French and Dutch voters, and the 2007-2013 financial perspective...
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