First Greece -- then Ireland, Italy, Spain and Portugal: The European common currency has come under pressure from large national debts and the effects of the global financial crisis, ultimately requiring a rescue package close to a trillion euros.
The Era of Missed Opportunities A First Look at Angela Merkel's Legacy
Interview with ECB Vice President "Faced With This Big Drop in GDP and Inflation, We Had to Act"
The Popular Senhor Costa A Socialist Success Story in Portugal
Spanish and Portuguese Jobseekers The 'Lost Generation' Returns Home
Weaponized Debt Italy Doubles Down on Threat to Euro Stability
Finance Minister Olaf Scholz 'Germany Has a Special Responsibility'
ECB Vice President Constâncio 'Italy Knows the Rules'
The Macron Dilemma Why Merkel Must Act on Paris' Eurozone Reform Proposals
Interview with Dutch Prime Minister Rutte on Eurozone Reforms 'We Won't Simply Rubberstamp Everything'
Misguided Euro Skepticism The Dangerous Nationalism of Europe's Left
The Charm Wears Off Tsipras Caught Between EU and Voter Demands
Commission Complaints Juncker's Leadership Style Under the Microscope
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