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The crisis in Ukraine is strengthening the EU

3 March 2022

12:30 AM

3 March 2022

12:30 AM

The EU has a knack for turning a crisis into an opportunity. The Eurozone crisis led to the centralisation of economic powers in Brussels; Brexit consolidated the Franco-German push for EU integration; and Covid became the pretext for EU funds being made dependent on members adhering to the ‘rule of law’ for the first time.

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