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Ralf Grahn

'Great judgment' is anything but the description used by trade unions of the old member states and assorted European politicians, including surprisingly leaders of the EPP-ED group in the European Parliament.

Protectionism seems to be on the rise almost everywhere: WTO, American primaries, president Sarkozy and 'Community preference', as well as intra-EU.

With almost a decade of institutional reform resulting in half-measures (if the Lisbon Treaty enters into force), are the following years going to witness the roll-back of the internal market and the freedom of movement?

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