For a person, 20 years old is a good time for fresh clothes, and feels a lot of adolescent troubles. But for the 20-year-old euro, the challenges encountered are much greater, and they have to face the Hamlet-style suffering choice of “survival or destruction.”
In fact, since 1999, officially the currency that was first issued by the state in history, the euro has been subject to various doubts. Its previous performance has exceeded most people’s expectations, and now the euro faces a cross-border “enemy” challenge, the populism that has emerged in Europe in recent years.
Although populism is still the most vague concept in political science, it does not affect its popularity in Europe in recent years.