May 20, 2012

Ratcheting Up the Euro Crisis

Walter Russell Mead, The American Interest

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'Crisis in the eurozone' stories are getting boring and this is one two year old soap opera the world would just as soon see disappear. Nevertheless it grinds on; yesterday the German finance minister said it could go on for another two years. Unfortunately, he’s right.

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