More Europe

By Richard Palmer, from July 31, 2014 in Analysis »
Hungary’s prime minister debunks the myth that history is one long march toward Western-style government.
By Tyrel Schlote, from July 29, 2014 in Top Stories »
Such chants against Jews ‘haven’t been seen since the founding of the Federal Republic of Germany.’
By Jeremiah Jacques, from July 27, 2014 in Top Stories »
Rather than reduce its military intervention in Ukraine after the Malaysia Airlines jet was shot down, Moscow instead is contributing more firepower to pro-Russia forces.
By Gerald Flurry, from July 26, 2014 in Top Stories »
Germany and the Unites States were enemies in World Wars I and II. But for the past 70 years, they have been close allies. That relationship is now changing.
By Richard Palmer, from July 24, 2014 in Analysis »
‘There’s a new feeling of what it means to be German.’
By Richard Palmer, from July 20, 2014 in Top Stories »
Operation Serval gives way to Operation Barkhan to cover more territory.
By Richard Palmer, from July 17, 2014 in Analysis »
For the terrorist group ISIS, establishing a caliphate is simply one step on the road to war with Europe.