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.
The idea that austerity is killing Greece is absurd. The problem is the inability to practice austerity.
Chronic financial mismanagement and a burst real-estate bubble are more than Madrid can handle.
Washington's European allies are increasingly unable to participate in U.S. counterterrorism operations.
The ECB president's latest move may have averted a major crisis—and ensured the U.S. president's reelection.
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