Paris finally is acting like it can't always rely on Washington for protection.
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.
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 GOP shares many of the Conservative Party's troubles.
Though more enlightened colonialists than many other European powers, the Brits had trouble letting go.
Normally special-interest groups harmed by competition can fight free trade. Where did they go?
The lessons of 1956 became much less relevant after 1967.
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