The EU Braces for a New Fight—Over Treaties

French president Emmanuel Macron gestures as he delivers a speech during the Conference on the Future of Europe, in Strasbourg, France, May 9, 2022 (AP photo by Jean-Francois Badias).
French president Emmanuel Macron gestures as he delivers a speech during the Conference on the Future of Europe, in Strasbourg, France, May 9, 2022 (AP photo by Jean-Francois Badias).
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While Europe gets ready to tune into this year’s Eurovision Song Contest taking place Saturday in Turin, Italy, European Union officials in Brussels are engaged in a competition of their own: to spin the outcome of the recently concluded Conference on the Future of Europe that EU leaders say will shape the future of the 27-member union. The conference, which had been running for the past year, consisted of citizens’ groups that contributed policy proposals for reforming the EU, which were presented to EU leaders at its close on Monday. The brainchild of French President Emmanuel Macron, who conceived of […]

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