We best get working on a Plan B as the next recession will kill the euro
The euro is one recession away from implosion and its architects know this. The next time the European economy slows down, this thing will blow apart. Indeed, it might not necessarily need a continent-wide downturn for the next fracture.
We, in Ireland, should be prepared for this eventuality.
Before we discuss the economics and politics of the past few days, let's examine the appalling management of the euro system. Remember this is a currency with aspirations of replacing the dollar as the world's number one means of payment.