The idea of a united Europe was always a fable of course, as some of us warned, and it was compounded by a policy of not hearing, seeing, or speaking any evil about the European ideal that was bound to lead to tears.
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Everything is at stake. The fate of the world economy, and very likely the outcome of the U.S. election, now depends on decisions made across the Atlantic.
STRASBOURG, France (AP) -- President Nicolas Sarkozy appeared to temper his calls for the European Central Bank to play a bigger role in solving Europ...