Paris finally is acting like it can't always rely on Washington for protection.
Could the Dayton agreement be a model for ending the Syrian civil war?
Europe needs foreign investment to get going again. Washington must look in all directions for partners.
A number of key voices are pushing for relaxed finances and slower structural shifts.
Despite broad cuts elsewhere, a new French defense white paper affirms the role of a modernized deterrent force.
Central bankers have amassed unprecedented power, and yet lack serious political counterweights.
Leaked memos show no love lost.
The international community is underperforming.
Keeping Ankara out of the new Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership helps nobody.
Today's Europe is learning now what she knew decades ago.
The former prime minister's victories over elites at all levels of society deserve emulation.
The Iron Lady took a rather pragmatic approach to foreign policy.
The bank fight was influenced by European-Cypriot-Russian worldviews as much as by money.
Robust risks remain, but the deal on the island shows new confidence and flexibility from the EU's financial firefighters.
The Cyprus solution drew on normal bankruptcy procedures. Applying this elsewhere could reduce uncertainty.
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