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By Richard Palmer, from March 22, 2015 in Analysis »
It’s not just about economics; it’s about anger.
By Robert Morley, from January 30, 2015 in Analysis »
The biggest question in Europe may soon be answered: Who controls Europe?
By Richard Palmer, from August 15, 2014 in Analysis »
The latest economic reports prove that another round of economic crises in Europe is not a question of if, but when.
By Richard Palmer, from April 29, 2014 in Analysis »
As the EU gears up for an election campaign, no one knows who the next president will be, or even how he will be selected.
By Richard Palmer, from March 4, 2014 in Analysis »
Before the fall of the Berlin Wall, Herbert W. Armstrong forecasted that Eastern Europe would be at the heart of a new European power. Ukraine is making that happen.
By Richard Palmer, from February 12, 2014 in Top Stories »
The German Constitutional Court has made a huge European financial crisis inevitable.
By Richard Palmer, from January 29, 2014 in News »
What is behind the German central bank’s demand for a wealth tax in crisis-hit nations?
By Richard Palmer, from January 16, 2014 in Top Stories »
Europe’s anti-Germany champion throws in the towel.
By Richard Palmer, from December 27, 2013 in News »
Economic recovery or economic disaster—what lies ahead for Europe?
By Andrew Miiller, from December 25, 2013 in News »
Pope Francis is adamantly opposed to free-market capitalism, and he denies being a Marxist. What does this make him? You need to know the answer!