Many U.S. and UK analysts think Germany is destroying the euro. The Germans think they are saving it. Who’s right?
What is needed to tackle the euro crisis in full and regain the confidence of investors and markets?
How does Germany see its role, and what are its real intentions and specific plans, with regard to saving the euro?
Could eurobonds fill the gap left by the loss of confidence in government bonds generally?
How successfully is Europe coping with its unprecedented fiscal challenges?
Did former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel really utter his most famous words — "Never let a serious crisis go to waste" — in vain?