From welfare to immigration to the arts, we round up what our correspondents – and readers – have made of New Europe

This article titled “New Europe: what we’ve learned” was written by Mark Rice-Oxley, James Walsh and Laura Oliver, for The Guardian on Friday 8th April 2011 15.20 UTC

The Guardian’s New Europe series launched at perhaps the busiest time for international news since 9/11. Revolution in north Africa and the Middle East, a triple disaster in Japan, Ivory Coast on the brink. What could a month-long journey through Europe’s most important countries tell us about the crises of the day?

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