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From crisis to cooperation: how the EU handled the troubled 2019-2024 era

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From crisis to cooperation: how the EU handled the troubled 2019-2024 era

From crisis to cooperation: how the EU handled the troubled 2019-2024 era

The current EU Parliament and Commission had just begun the work of their five-year agenda when it was derailed by Covid-19 and then the Ukraine war.

As the institutions' mandate enters a final phase, Real Economy gets the views of key players in Brussels on one of the EU's most difficult chapters.


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