Bad Wine in a Sturdy Bottle: How Europe became a place of dysfunctional resilience

When: Thu., Feb. 12, 12:30 p.m. 2015

Globe and Mail columnist Doug Saunders ruminates on contemporary Europe: a currency crisis created rising inequality and a "lost generation," ethnic and religious conflict is at record levels, including in the political system; national conflicts are shattering established countries; and something resembling the Cold War has taken shape on the continent's eastern flank. Yet at the same time, Europe's institutions are proving more resilient than ever, to the point that outsiders are clambering to join them. In University Hall.

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