Doubts Arise Over EU Constitution The Netherlands becomes the second country to reject a new EU constitution. The result, following France's "no" vote, sends political shockwaves throughout the continent. The failed referendum leads to a shakeup in the French government and doubts over European integration.
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Doubts Arise Over EU Constitution

After Rejecting Constitution, What's Ahead for the EU?

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'No' Votes Fill EU Newcomers With Anxiety

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European Leaders Seek to Salvage Integration

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Dutch Voters Follow French in Rejecting EU Constitution

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American Perspectives on Rise of European Union

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