America is war-weary, but that doesn't mean it can abandon its role as the sole superpower.
PM Cameron's skeptical speech will be poorly received in Brussels, but his sentiments are hardly new.
The September elections are now more open.
It's foolish for Washington to spurn an opening in Belgrade's position on the status of Kosovo.
Regional independence and autonomy movements are on the rise everywhere. If the EU can't sort itself out, they will only get stronger.
Washington has no business telling the United Kingdom what its interests ought to be.
If the wrong parties win in February, default could spread across the continent.
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