The Eurozone crisis is far less dangerous now than during its peak years of 2010-2013. Growth has picked up across the European Union, and 5 million jobs were created between 2014-2017.
But the EU banking union remains incomplete, Greece and the Italian banking sector are facing challenges, and the aftershocks of the Euro crisis could still undermine the EU’s stability – or even threaten the common currency.
Barring the worst-case scenario of populist victories in the French election this May and the German election this September, European leaders should seize...
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