Now that the Poles and Czechs have shown their unequivocal support, the debate over EU accession has resurfaced among certain quarters. Various Eurosceptic groups in Estonia and Latvia - the only two candidate countries that have yet to hold their referendum - are once again shouting to be heard, yet no seems to be listening. Or perhaps, faced with the inevitable, few really care. Is EU membership inevitable? There are several reasons why it would seem so. First, levels of support in Estonia and Latvia, while hovering around or below 50 percent, will be easily thrown over the threshold by a...
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