Guest
David Cameron, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Program in European Union Studies

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Episode: March 24, 2010

23:38

Professor Cameron teaches courses on European politics and the European Union. Over the past several weeks, the European Union has been caught up in a crisis over the size of the budget deficit in Greece. Some think the crisis could spread to other countries in southern Europe - Spain, Portugal, Italy - that, like Greece, participate in the eurozone but have large budget deficits and high levels of debt.  Professor Cameron discusses the current eurozone crisis - why it has arisen and what's likely to happen in the near future and the longer-term.

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