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A lively analysis of Europe's most serious post-war crisis, arguing that the European project is close to breaking point and the difficult decisions that have to be made for it to survive.
John Peet is Europe editor and a former Brussels correspondent of The Economist. Anton La Guardia is Brussels correspondent of The Economist, for which he writes the Charlemagne column. He previously worked for two decades as a foreign correspondent in the Middle East and Africa, and is the author of Holy Land, Unholy War: Israelis and Palestinians (Penguin, 2006).