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China, Russia spread influence in divided EU

As its beacon of democracy goes dim, the EU - plagued by debt, entitlements and refugees - has to confront authoritarian politics at home and from afar.

Europe's vision has weakened, and immigration and race that once seemed attenuated by globalisation have become defining issues of the EU's future.


NOT long ago the European Union stood as an unassailable beacon, a model for how trade and shared values could override historical hatreds and how a disparate collection of nations could work together under a single set of political values. After the Cold War, the EU earned its

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