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Who Will Exit The EU Next?

This article was originally published at By Adriano Bosoni The European Union's future has been up for debate since the Continent's economic crisis began nearly a decade ago. But questions about the bloc's path have multiplied in recent years as Greece came close to quitting the eurozone and the United Kingdom [...]
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