(From the 2nd regular issue for May, 2020)
More than once in its 20+ - year life, the euro has gone through and survived an existential crisis.
The latest one is now at hand: and not because one or more of the weaker members of this ill-conceived "union" are in trouble (though some like Italy are.)
Now, it is because the two main "anchors" -- France and Germany -- are in various ways questioning the nature of both the European Union and the euro.
In the latest issue, I take a look at the Eurozone's latest challenges: