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...ay to achieve their countries greater goal. In World War II the United States implicated society to spend less on products that could be used to build weapons, and buy items that supported the war effort like liberty bonds. If the European Union is unified beyond the ideas of politics and economical gain through a common enemy, then they can solve the debt crisis through the economic productions of war. The first part for this solution is starting the actual conflict; the European Union itself is already at odds with Russia for example. Over the past two years when Russia seized the Crimean Peninsula, when Ukraine was in the process of a potential vote about joining the EU. Even though the Soviet Union fell more than a decade ago tensions with the motherland are still high, and overall the results of a war with Russia or another international power would be drastic.
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