International Affairs
1 June 2012 , Volume 68, Number 3

Perils of European optimism: The inability to imagine failure is reminiscent of 1914, writes Paul Mason

Authors

Paul Mason, Economics Editor of BBC Newsnight and author of 'Why It’s Kicking Off Everywhere'

To read this article, you need to be a Chatham House member

Find out more about Chatham House membership

Share