Re: Re: Why did Ireland bother? Don’t they have Trojan horses?


Most of the problems with the EZ have been identified here, but I think the solutions have been clouded by a pre-existing dislike of the euro experiment, in much the same manner as has AE-P. It is has become obvious that the EZ will have to change and change quite drastically but not necessarily destroy itself. Imbalances both internally and externally will have to be dealt with, and that is both a global and local problem needing global and local solutions.