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The EU's biggest challenge isn't Euroscepticism, it's Euro-pessimism

There are currently two emotional Europes – an optimistic Europe of peace and a more pessimistic Europe of war. Image: REUTERS/Hannah Mckay

Mark Leonard

Director, European Council on Foreign Relations (ECFR)

Susi Dennison

Senior policy fellow, European Council on Foreign Relations

Adam Lury

Founding member of ECFR, ECFR

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