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How the EU Must Change

For many decades after World War II, the European order rested on the belief that shared institutions, common markets, and other forms of integration would ensure peace on the continent. But now that Russia has unilaterally shattered that vision, the European Union will have to rethink its modus operandi.

BERLIN – Though we still don’t know when – and, more importantly, how – Vladimir Putin’s war of aggression in Ukraine will end, it is already clear that the conflict will dramatically transform the European Union.