Brexit's existential threat to Europe

U.K. referendum in 90 seconds

For much of the last six decades, European countries have drawn ever closer together in the interests of peace and prosperity on a continent divided for centuries by war.

With its roots in the aftermath of World War II, the European Union grew from a trading community of six nations in 1958 to a sprawling bloc of 28 today. Collectively, the EU countries make up the world’s second biggest economy, and most of its members use a common currency — the euro.

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