The eurozone has a scent of political revolution in the air. France's presidential election saw Nicolas Sarkozy rejected and the Socialist contender Francois Hollande replace him.
The Greek general election has produced a result of supreme incoherence. The Dutch are without a proper government, the Irish are holding a referendum on fiscal austerity, and Italy is governed an unelected prime minister.
What is happening? And should Asia even care?
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