A fiftieth birthday and the quirks of history

Robin, Gabriel
March 2007
Défense Nationale et Sécurité Collective;Mar2007, Vol. 63 Issue 3, p25
The fiftieth anniversary of the Treaty of Rome is, we are led to believe, that of Europe. On the Brussels stage neither the backdrop nor the costumes have changed, and the neon sign outside the theatre still spells out the word 'Europe'. Yet one forgets that it is a different production being staged.


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