David Cameron’s European spaghetti bowl

The British prime minister’s vision for Europe deserves serious discussion.

British Prime Minister David Cameron’s “Europe” speech, delivered on 23 January, was powerful, polished, contained a bold vision, and offered good arguments. In particular, he got three things right. But translating those arguments into institutional reality will be a nearly impossible challenge.  

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