Showing U.S.’s Solidarity with European Solidarity

So President Obama has added Prague to his European jaunt in April (via Laura Rozen). It’s an interesting move whose being has subtly shifted from what I’d suggested only two weeks ago: It lends supportto the institutional idea of Europe, as opposed to the oft-malignedbureaucratic idea represented by Brussels, as well as to the idea thatEurope really is more than just the larger countries of Old Europe (orNew Europe when playing the two off of each other serves our interests). Whereas two weeks ago, I would have placed the symbollic emphasis on the former, today I’d put it on the […]

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