France is moving into the 1970s, phasing out titles which distinguish between married and unmarried women.
Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti admits that the fight over the eurozone crisis is opening some old wounds.
The combined value of Apple’s stock is more than the GDP of some countries.
The problem with Europe may not be the Euro, but the fact that there really aren’t any Europeans.
Philip Hammond addressed the Atlantic Council this morning in advance of a meeting with Leon Panetta.
Paul Krugman’s latest column, “Depression and Democracy,” is simply bizarre.
“The debt crisis is burrowing ever deeper, like a worm, and is now reaching Germany.”
Interesting and significant goings on in Italian politics.
Last night, most of the leading Republican candidates for President acted as if Europe was on another planet.
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou will resign after the makeup of the nation’s new coalition government is decided
My latest for The Atlantic: “For Europe, Some Fear a Conflict Between Union and Democracy”
The Greek referendum could be a disaster for the global economy. And might be the right thing to do.
European leaders continue to kick the can down the road on a crisis that could bring down the global economy.
Commonwealth leaders agreed to drop rules that give sons precedence as heir to the throne and bar anyone in line for the crown from marrying a Roman Catholic.
In Scotland, posting stupid things on Facebook is a “hate crime” punishable by serious jail time.
The British government has worked out a deal to block pornographic websites unless households specifically request them.