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Europe’s Protestant Problem

Much work awaits the leaders of Europe. Weak economies and the euro crisis threaten European prosperity; migrants from outside the EU and job-seekers crossing borders within contribute to immigration worries in nearly every country; and official (Scotland) and unofficial (Catalonia) referenda on national independence could re-ignite the kind of state disintegration that began in the former Yugoslavia and Czechoslovakia and now looms over the United Kingdom, Spain, Belgium and Italy. In an op-ed for EUSPEAK.EU, a European politics blog, Furman political science professors Jim Guth and Brent Nelsen examined the problems Europe is facing.

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