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Published on 12 December 2011 at 09:59

For deputy PM Nick Clegg, David Cameron's refusal to accept greater European integration could make the UK a "pygmy" in the international arena.


Tory fury at Clegg's "pygmy" insult to Britain – The Daily Mail


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Clegg lashes out at Cameron and vows to rebuild ties with Europe – The Guardian

Friday's agreement does not seem to have satisfied the rating agencies. The European Commission is "reduced to a technical role" and "David Cameron takes a risky gamble for Britain."


Europe, a new treaty that fails to dispel all doubts – Les Echos

World leaders attending the Durban climate summit have postponed the fight against global warming. A new agreement should be concluded in 2015.


We will save the world a little later – Gazeta Wyborcza

Washington is reluctant to let the IMF lend money to eurozone countries.


United States hampers euro's saviours – Financial Times Deutschland

After the breakdown of talks between the government, led by Mario Monti, and the unions, the prospect of a general strike in the coming days has loomed.


Monti fails to convince unions – La Stampa

For the first time in twenty years, there has been a presidential elections in the breakaway Moldovan republic. Results, to be announced on December 14, will decide which of the candidates - former House speaker Yevgeny Şevciuc, current Speaker Anatoly Kaminski and outgoing president Igor Smirnov, going for a fifth mandate - will take part in the Christmas day run-off.


Token elections in Transnistria – Adevărul

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