Europe has been hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic – with Italy and Spain suffering some of the highest death rates in the world. But individual governments have had widely differing ways if dealing with the virus – both politically and economically.
On this week's Agenda with Stephen Cole we try to discover which countries have been getting it right, and which perhaps fatally wrong in tackling Covid-19.
Professor Cecilia Söderberg-Nauclér from the Karolinska Institute in Sweden tells us why she thinks her government is making a major error in its relaxed approach to the outbreak.
Special Adviser to the EU's Security chief, Professor Nathalie Tocci, spoke to us from Rome about the EU's role in fighting the virus, and why this could be a defining moment in the history of the Union.
And economists Dr Gerard Lyons and Lorenzo Codogno answer your questions as to how Europe's central banks are dealing with the financial fallout from Covid-19 as we #AskTheAgenda.