“We need more Europe in our Union, We need more Union in our Union,” Juncker said, early in his speech. The President brought to the European Parliament hemicycle in Strasbourg one thing that was missing even more: More vision, in our union.
“No wind favours he who has no destined port,” Juncker said, quoting one of the most significant philosophers of the French Renaissance, Michel de Montaigne, and pointing to the Union’s greatest problem: a crisis of identity, in a Europe that has no long-te...
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