Citatul zilei – 26 mai 2016

“The real alternatives for the next decade or two are either an expanding and unifying Europe, pursuing—though hesitantly and spasmodicall — the goal of continental unity; a stalemated Europe, not moving much beyond its current state of integration and geographic scope, with Central Europe remaining a geopolitical no-man’s-land; or, as a likely sequel to the stalemate, a progressively fragmenting Europe, resuming its old power rivalries. In a stale-mated Europe, it is almost inevitable that Germany’s self-identification with Europe will wane, prompting a more nationalist definition of the German state interest.”

Zbigniew Brzezinski (1997)

Citat cules de Asist. Univ. Dr. Flavia Alupei-Durach

About the Author