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Episode: March 6, 2013

22:32

David Cameron is a Professor of Political Science at Yale and the Director of the Program in European Union Studies at the MacMillan Center. He has been on the show a number of times to talk about the ongoing Eurozone debt crisis. Because of the European Central Bank’s announcement last summer that it will do “whatever it takes” to ensure the survival of the euro, there has been a sense that the worst of the crisis is over and that the euro would survive. But that was before the recent Italian election. Professor Cameron will discuss what happened in the Italian election, and how that may affect the survival of the Eurozone.

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