Brexit's existential threat: Who's next?

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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