Making Sense of Europe

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The eurozone's political and economic instability appears to be reaching a crisis point, and questions about the region's future continue to mount. Will Germany continue to push for austerity? Will Greece soon be on its own? Is Spain about to crash, with 50 percent of its youth currently unemployed?

Guests:

Daniel Hamilton, executive director of the Center for Transatlantic Relations and executive director of the American Consortium on EU Studies at John's Hopkins University's School for Advanced International Studies

Ryan Avent, economics correspondent for The Economist, author of the Free Exchange blog and author of "The Gated City"

Alkman Granitsas, Greece and Cypress bureau chief for The Wall Street Journal and Dow Jones Newswires

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