The United States needs a strong Europe, and Germany is the only state that can deliver it.
The international court for Yugoslavia acquits a pair of obvious criminals.
Across the Atlantic, news of widespread U.S. digital surveillance isn't going over well.
Admitting Iran to peace talks on Syria shouldn't be seen as a reward or concession.
Britain's conservatives are dividing over their country's future in Europe.
The discussion took a decidedly different character than in the United States.
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.
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