On March 25, 1957, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands signed the Treaties of Rome - effectively the birth certificate of the European Union. Sixty years on the leaders of 27 EU states will once again convene in Rome and address the question of where the EU should be in ten years' time in a joint declaration. No easy task, as Europe's journalists explain.

Der Standard (AT)
De Standaard (BE)
Financial Times (GB)
Diena (LV)
Corriere della Sera (IT)
Le Monde (FR)


Polityka (PL)
Gazeta Wyborcza (PL)
Delo (SI)
Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (DE)
Hürriyet Daily News (TR)
Público (PT)
De Volkskrant (NL)
To Vima Online (GR)
Hospodářské noviny (CZ)
Sabah (TR)
24 Chasa (BG)
Offnews (BG)
Mladá fronta dnes (CZ)
Magyar Nemzet (HU)
Ilta-Sanomat (FI)
eldiario.es (ES)
L'Opinion (FR)
Corriere del Ticino (CH)
The Irish Times (IE)
The Daily Telegraph (GB)
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