Australian Left Review

Authors

Paul Hurst

Abstract

Maastricht was a highly symbolic venue for the European Community summit on economic and political union held there late last year. A town at the tip of a tongue of Dutch territory separating Belgium and Germany, it has been much fought over and was a prime target of the German invasion in 1940. But which does Maastricht symbolise today: European unity or disunity?

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