The victory of a candidate they believe espouses their views has emboldened them. The congratulations began even before it was clear Donald Trump would triumph in the American presidential election, and
If economic woes overwhelm Hollande’s government and buoy the far right, the whole eurozone could feel the impact Paul Ames September 13, 2014 5:00pm (UTC) This article originally appeared on GlobalPost.
Jun 8, 2014 | The land war in Europe became a destructive machine, consuming supplies, equipment, and soldiers at massive rates. Resupply ships from the home front and allies streamed across the Atlantic,
The euro is barbarous, but it's not (yet) a relic. Whether it can stop from becoming the latter depends on whether it can stop being the former. Okay, that's a bit unfair. For all its flaws, the euro less
This is what a lost generation looks like (Reuters) Andalusia is Spain's Spain. In other words, it's an unimaginable tragedy that makes the rest of the unimaginable tragedy that is Spain look a bit less