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Net Assessment of the European Peninsula

Dec. 2, 2015 Europe is coming to a turning point. The European Union has been slowly fragmenting, strained under the pressure of the financial and refugee crises. Countries will soon have to decide between maintaining their own sovereignty and building a strong, powerful union to solve these pivotal issues.

The European Peninsula is facing two interlocking crises: first, the fragmentation in the European Union and, second, a shift in the relationship between the peninsula and the rest of Eurasia. At its core, the European Union's crisis revolves around the challenges of diverging national interests. European nation-states joined the European Union due to its promise of prosperity, but the bloc's integration masked an underlying reality of fragmented nations, each facing its own unique political, economic and geographic challenges.

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