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Eastern Europe Goes South

Disappearing Democracy in the EU's Newest Members

Author: Jan-Werner Muller
March/April 2014
Foreign Affairs

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Europeans love to celebrate anniversaries, especially those commemorating a terrible past overcome. This year will offer many such moments, marking as it will 100 years since the outbreak of World War I, 75 years since the beginning of World War II, and, most uplifting of all, a quarter century since the fall of the Berlin Wall. Such milestones are bound to make everyone feel good about European unity.

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