The Greeks have suffered a great deal of hardship already to stay in the euro, and they seem prepared to suffer some more.
Member-state navies rescued more than 4,000 people in two days, but it wasn’t really the plan.
The long-term cost of a US-Chinese war over the sea could easily be $5 trillion. Are you sure this is a good idea?
At this point Barack Obama has only two options: save the Syrian regime, or let it go under and live with the consequences.
What does North Korea intend to do with its nuclear weapons? There are no safe assumptions.
The time to put pressure on Nkurunziza to back off and obey the law is now.
Jeb Bush’s clumsy answer to a reporter prompts questions about his advisers.
Full credit to Canadians for getting past the knee-jerk phase of their response to terrorism. Nevertheless, their Parliament is still poised to pass the bill.
Most East Asian economies have followed the same pattern: a lengthy burst of speedy growth, followed by a fall to the developed-state norm.
Aung San Suu Kyi warned “too many of our Western friends are too optimistic about the democratization process.” She's got that right.