Union européenne: l’approfondissement, c’est maintenant

L’Europe peut se relancer à partir d’un noyau dur. Mais le temps presse.

January 1, 2007, Berlin, Berlin, Germany: Celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome. European leaders today signed a European Union common declaration, known as the "Berlin Declaration" at the German Historical Museum. The leaders signed the declaration, which aims to solidify unity in the midst of arguments over the European Union's constitution, on the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, which in 1957 laid the foundation for the creation of the European Union./// A kid with a sticker of the European Flag on her cheek shows different expressions while about 500,000 people gather at the Brandenburg Gate to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome. PICTURE NOT INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACT PICTURE NOT INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACT
January 1, 2007, Berlin, Berlin, Germany: Celebrations of the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome. European leaders today signed a European Union common declaration, known as the "Berlin Declaration" at the German Historical Museum. The leaders signed the declaration, which aims to solidify unity in the midst of arguments over the European Union's constitution, on the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome, which in 1957 laid the foundation for the creation of the European Union./// A kid with a sticker of the European Flag on her cheek shows different expressions while about 500,000 people gather at the Brandenburg Gate to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Treaty of Rome. PICTURE NOT INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACT PICTURE NOT INCLUDED IN THE CONTRACT ©Photo News
Olivier le Bussy M. U.
C’est quand qu’on va où ? Et avec qui ? La "renégociation" du contrat d’adhésion britannique à l’Union européenne lors du sommet de février dernier a ouvert le débat sur le principe, fondateur "d’union toujours...

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