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Vanni Xuereb, Times of Malta, 31.03.2017

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As we mark today the anniversary of the departure of the British forces from Malta, on Wednesday the United Kingdom triggered another withdrawal process the effects of which we will only truly begin to fathom as the negotiations for the UK to leave the European Union progress and, subsequently, a new relationship between the EU and the UK is forged. [...]

Janis A. Emmanouilidis and Fabian Zuleeg of the European Policy Centre, an independent think tank dedicated to fostering European integration, have described the Rome Declaration as “a watered-down document full of compromises reflecting the lowest common denominator, taking into account specific national interests and concerns with respect to the future route of European integration”. [...]

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