Europe is up against it with the global financial and economic crisis, but will big nations like France and Germany ride to the rescue of Austrian banks, and convince their voters those who took risks should be bailed out, or Hungarian property owners need help? Elvire Fabry is director of the Europe-International section at Paris’s Political Innovation Foundation, studying the European mindset. Allan Janik is both Austrian and American and is a philosophy professor in Innsbruck. He wants to see a new “philosophy of European construction”. euronews brought them face-to-face for this Agora to ask them if this crisis could tear Europe apart, or make it stronger.