US-EU Relations as Europe Turns Fifty: Getting Together Again

Fifty years after the signing of the Treaty of Rome, the European Union is a living example of the regenerative powers of opening protected national markets and of the political benefits to states of devolving aspects of sovereign control to new supranational institutions. While the EU’s end-state remains uncertain, and the challenges it faces today are as daunting as at any stage in its evolution, its accomplishments are real.

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