Europe's China-Play

An uneasy EU, juggling human rights and business interests, may lift its arms embargo against China
François Godement
December 6, 2004

Is Putin an Anti-Globalization Hero?

Despite his tough stance on the IMF or moves against corporate malfeasance, activists worry about his motive
Liliana N. Proskuryakova
November 3, 2004

US Election and the World – Part I

Secular Europe worries that relations with the deeply religious United States are headed for the rocks
Patrice de Beer
November 8, 2004

The Plot Thickens: Testing European Tolerance

After Dutch filmmaker's murder, growing tensions reveal deeper issues with minority integration
Shada Islam
November 17, 2004

Globalization: Europe's Wary Embrace

Most Europeans believe the European Union can protect them from the downsides of globalization - and they're right
Philip H. Gordon
November 1, 2004

France Hopes to Block the Wave of Globalization

The government plan to stem the flow of jobs abroad could be a futile last stand against the 21st Century
A. Sheshabalaya
September 20, 2004


Words of Concern, Walls of Deterrence: Refugees Pushed Out to Sea

NGO launches its own search-and-rescue operations in the Mediterranean
Aurélie Ponthieu
April 20, 2015

UK’s Risky Obsession With US Decline

Anticipating a rising China, British policymakers may be moving too quickly
Gideon Rachman
April 7, 2015

Attacks in Denmark, France Stoke Fears of Rising Anti-Semitism in Europe

Anti-Semitism may contribute to emigration to Israel
Beenish Ahmed
March 30, 2015

The Grexit Dilemma: What Would Happen if Greece Leaves the Euro Zone?

Greece fails to offer plan on repaying more debt, and investors are wary
Nikolaus Blome, Martin Hesse, Alexander Neubacher, Christian Reiermann, Michael Sauga, Christoph Schult and Alexander Smoltczyk
March 10, 2015

Boris Nemtsov: Liberal Martyr

Hateful rhetoric, aggressive and unchecked, could signal an era of political terrorism for Russia
March 3, 2015