ROBERTO FARNETI ( LIBERA UNIVERSITÀ DI BOLZANO ) | Gli autori del blog

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Not a country for old leaders


Despite their greatest efforts, the generation of leaders who led the way for the European integration process was apparently incapable of creating a persuasive success-story that could stand the test of time. The new generations of leaders do not seem to share a European memory, which might be the missing secret ingredient for a long-lasting community. The U.S. experience suggests that it may not be enough to write a constitution or sign a set of treaties; perhaps what is really needed is to have something to remember.


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