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Despite big differences over economic policy, Europe’s two most important leaders need each other more than ever before.
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To increase its power in Europe and lessen German dominance, France needs to change itself and build a real European political union to underpin the euro.
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Britain’s decision to leave the European Union could spur the unification of Ireland and the breakup of the United Kingdom.
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