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Cyprus, Luxembourg, Italy or Malta: Which country will unravel the euro zone?

If destruction be Europe's lot, an EU nation itself must be its author and finisher. So what are the likely candidates?

  • Dylan Matthews
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  • Mar 30, 2013
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The scary politics of the euro zone

Can the politics of the euro zone hold together amidst this much economic pain?

  • Ezra Klein
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  • Mar 22, 2013
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Protests in Europe: Why the euro’s biggest problems haven’t gone away

It's euro-doom time once again. A general strike in Greece. Protesters flooding the streets of Madrid. Talk of secession in Catalonia. What happened? Europe's fundamental problems still haven't disappeared.

  • Brad Plumer
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  • Sep 26, 2012
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The European Central Bank will buy bonds. But there are many strings attached.

Mario Draghi will buy up unlimited quantities of Spanish and Italian debt. But the offer has some conditions attached.

  • Dylan Matthews
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  • Sep 6, 2012
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The European Central Bank offers unlimited aid to euro zone members — but only if they behave

Draghi's latest plan gets closer to a policy that can avert disaster. But it probably doesn't get close enough.

  • Dylan Matthews
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  • Sep 5, 2012
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