Michael WestLast week the first draft of the proposed constitution for the European Union was made public. This document seeks to develop a blueprint for Europe's future after the EU's 10-country expansion next year. However, its basic direction is still being debated vigorously as different groups seek to block proposals that damage their political interests.Disputes centering on the principles governing European integration are normally portrayed as falling into one of two categories: Either the proposal is considered a step towards the creation of a federal super-state, or it is too pros...
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