A renewed cease-fire, debt restructuring, and more reforms are helping transform Ukraine from a crisis into an opportunity for Europe.
Bythe Monitor's Editorial Board
The European Union remains challenged by three major crises: a massive flow of migrants, Greece’s financial woes, and the war in Ukraine. In public, EU leaders often wring their hands over all three. But behind the scenes is the enduring spirit of the Marshall Plan. That pragmatic vision, provided after the devastation of World War II, still sets a model in its conviction that Europe could be made better than before.