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The EU: a double-edged sword for Greece
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For the past three years, Greece has been a symbol of the eurozone crisis. A symbol it would like to get rid of.

Yet now, it has become another symbol – that of the European Union’s worst identity crisis since it was founded.

On the eve of the Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony, this week’s reporter takes a look at why EU membership for Greece has become a double-edged sword.

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