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At 60, the EU needs fresh ideas. The good news: young people have them

Young people could be the source of new ideas on how to reform a 60-year-old institution Image: REUTERS/Hannibal Hanschke/File Photo - RTX2G5LR

Martina Larkin

Senior Advisor to the President, World Economic Forum Geneva

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