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Europe: United or Divided by Culture?

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The motto United by Diversity was proposed for the European Union by the Convention on the Future of Europe. Was this a pious hope, or an acknowledgment that the success of the " European Project" will be dependent on the effective engagement of the diverse cultures of the approximately 456 million people in the enlarged EU? Certainly a key problem the EU faces today is a ...more
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Anthony Everitt is a British academic. He studied English literature at the University of Cambridge. He publishes regularly in The Guardian and The Financial Times. He worked in literature and visual arts. He was Secretary-General of the Arts Council of Great Britain. He is a visiting professor in the performing and visual arts at Nottingham Trent University. Everitt is a companion of the ...more
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