More than five years after the global financial crisis, the eurozone's southern countries remain economically and politically weak and its core economies are performing sluggishly. And now the German Constitutional Court has ruled against the European Central Bank's guarantee to buy distressed members' sovereign debt. Can – and should – the euro survive another brush with death?

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