BERLIN – Although the European Union’s 27 member states are formally equal, the reality is that there are huge differences between them. The two largest and most economically important, Germany and France, are also two of the EU’s founding members. Their disproportionate political influence within the bloc cannot be denied.

QOSHE - Europe’s Future Now Lies With France - Joschka Fischer
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