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David Cameron, Professor of Political Science

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Episode: November 16, 2011

22:35

Professor Cameron teaches courses on European politics and the European Union. Over the past year and a half, the members of the European Union that have adopted the euro have been immersed in a seemingly never-ending debt crisis. First Greece, then Ireland and Portugal, and now Greece again, along with growing concerns about Italy. Why did the crisis happen? Where is it now? And what can the EU do to prevent a similar crisis in the future? We talk with Professor Cameron about the eurozone debt crisis.

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