Whatever the outcome of the Dutch, French, German and Italian elections this year nothing will ever be the same for the euro and the EU. The confident future of the ever closer union has been shattered by the departure of the United Kingdom, nationalist movements in Holland, France and Italy and an immigration crisis that has suddenly made the danger of the continent's population decline manifest.
Can nationalism with its attendant dangers and history restore a sense of purpose to Europe's federal institutions? How can an economic union averaging one percent growth plan for the next generation?
Join us for a look into Europe's troubled new decade.