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Europeans no longer want what their parents aspired to | Natalie Nougayrède

The generation gap is the continent’s greatest divide, linking populism in Hungary and the Czech Republic to discontent among French Muslims Much of the talk about Europe these days revolves around the return of the nation state, the rise of identity politics and all sorts of geographical divides, north-south, east-west – trends again illustrated by Hungary’s referendum on Sunday.
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