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.
Washington's European allies are increasingly unable to participate in U.S. counterterrorism operations.
Expelling Greece from the euro zone will do more political harm than economic good.
Europe's leaders meet again in Brussels this week. They can't afford to ignore the hard choices facing the Continent.
Rejecting austerity and falling into their old ways may ruin France and Greece. If we are not careful, America will follow suit.
What the experiences of Argentina and Latvia tell us about the future of Europe.
In his excellent study of the Roman Empire, Greg Woolf provides sharp insights while wisely avoiding simplistic comparisons, instead mixing a broad perspective with telling details to provide a fascinating picture of the empire par excellence.
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