As eurozone economies enter a make-or-break ten days to “save” the euro, Friends of Europe’s Associate Fellow Kirsty Hughes warns that the crisis is set to have far-reaching repercussions on the future of the European Union. Stopping a eurozone collapse therefore requires a focus on the EU’s wider political and democratic failures.
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Kirsty Hughes is an Associate Fellow of Friends of Europe and Senior Associate Fellow, Centre for International Studies, University of Oxford
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