Greece’s financial mess could be the end of European unity.
Beyond the latest rows, institutional paralysis and financial incompetence, the scars of war have plainly not all been healed. Is there a deeper collapse of European self-confidence?
A reflexive hostility to Western religion permeates the chattering classes. If only rationality ruled the day, they argue, the world would be at peace.
First Mother Teresa. Then Henry Kissinger. Now the pope. What is Christopher Hitchens’ problem?
Closer European financial integration is the best way to solve the Greek debt crisis. The future of the EU is at stake.
Viktor Yanukovich could prove to be the best Ukrainian leader America could hope for.
Geert Wilders’ local-election victory is the harbinger of a wave of right-wing populism that will soon sweep Europe.
Washington has much to learn from its European ancestors, who have struggled with, fallen victim to and at times overcome jihadists in their own lands.
Ukraine’s new president isn’t anti-Western. Obama’s low-key approach toward Kiev is our best chance of keeping him that way.
The EU doesn’t have a united foreign policy and its member countries are downsizing their militaries. Why are Europeans surprised no one pays attention to them?
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