Portugal's approach to its former colony says a lot about Western attitudes toward the developing world.
Greece is no longer a liberal democracy, but a "debt democracy," where international creditors matter more than Greek voters.
How Europe's loose immigration policies encourage death at sea.
The UK faces pressure from Spain and Argentina over Gibraltar and the Falklands.
Continuing on the present path will lead to disaster.
The selection of the Argentine was a smart political move.
Are smoke-filled rooms really so bad?
The divided vote increases the risk of broader financial problems.
The remarks show some Italians' lingering attachment to neo-fascist sentiments, and their urge to polish history.
If the wrong parties win in February, default could spread across the continent.
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