Richard Palmer

Turkey at the Crossroads

A book labeled as ‘extremist’ is flying off the shelves.

London criminals are adopting a terrifying and gruesome weapon: acid attacks.

Bank of England official asks: Is Britain stuck ‘watching endless repeats of Debt Strikes Back?’

What are the facts behind the latest rumors of a return for Germany’s most charismatic politician in recent memory?

North Korea’s intercontinental ballistic missiles are much more dangerous than the media is reporting.

Banks across the world warn we’re heading for a crash—but the head of the Fed says all is fine.

The media went into a frenzy when America was caught spying on Germany. Why then do they ignore revelations that Berlin is spying on America?

Key takeaways about Germany and America from an international conference

The two nations announce plans for a new fighter jet, a new fighting force in Africa, and a new push for a eurozone superstate.

Despite civil unrest, Germany is charging ahead.

What happens when left-wing extremists run riot in Germany’s second-largest city?

Two of the world’s leading economies announce plans to form one of the largest and most powerful trade blocs in the world.

Britain’s rising socialists will jump on any opportunity to stir up anger against the government.

Why ‘Macrel’ is the new flavor of the month

Voters are growing comfortable with a Labour Party ruled by a radical. Welcome to Britain’s new normal.