Kissinger on Brexit: “Too much of the Europe of today is absorbed in management of structural problems rather than the elaboration of its purposes”

(…) Too much of the Europe of today is absorbed in management of structural problems rather than the elaboration of its purposes. From globalization to migration, the willingness to sacrifice is weakening.

(…) The deepest challenge to the EU is not its management but its ultimate goals. In a world in which upheavals based on conflicting values span the continents, a common act of imagination by Europe and its Atlantic partners is badly needed.

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