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After the recent crisis, the Greek economy is only slightly more stable ground. Meanwhile, economic uncertainty afflicts other countries in the Eurozone, which binds nineteen nations into a single currency.  Americans meanwhile are watching the turmoil and wondering what’s at skate for them in Europe’s struggles.

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Despite protest and punitive measures on the part of the U.S. and the European Union, Russia went ahead and formally annexed Crimea away from Ukraine. The move fueled tension in the region and raised fears of more Russian aggression and even a Cold War revival. We’ll talk with a panel of New Hampshire guests who have ties to Ukraine.


The European economy has been struggling for the past half-decade, now the latest trouble comes from Cyprus. Although tiny in size, many worry that its problems will spill over to larger countries and even across the Atlantic to the United States.  We’ll look closer at what’s happening and whether we’ll feel an impact in New Hampshire.