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The Eurozone crisis has brought about important legal and political changes. This book examines the national coordination of EU policies in the countries that have been most severely affected by the financial crisis, using case studies of Cyprus, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Portugal and Spain. Through these case studies it explores the different systems of coordination and the need to adapt considering both the relationships between member states and the evolution of domestic coordination systems across time to offer a reconstruction of the legal and political framework in each country and how this has changed since the outbreak of the crisis.