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By Timothy Oostendarp, from August 21, 2014 in Analysis »
The barbaric Islamic State regime marauding through Syria and Iraq has gained the Vatican’s full attention.
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 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 Richard Palmer, from July 20, 2014 in Top Stories »
Operation Serval gives way to Operation Barkhan to cover more territory.
By Tyrel Schlote, from July 15, 2014 in Analysis »
The U.S. dollar’s status as the reserve currency is under attack … again.
By Callum Wood, from June 12, 2014 in News »
What is Iran really stalling for?
By Richard Palmer, from April 7, 2014 in Analysis »
EU intends to send 800 soldiers, while deepening its trade relationship with other African states.
By Richard Palmer, from March 28, 2014 in Top Stories »
France’s fringe party is upsetting the nation’s politics.
By Richard Palmer, from March 14, 2014 in Top Stories »
How will Europe respond to another radical Islamist uprising in its backyard?