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By Jeremiah Jacques, from July 1, 2016 in Featured »
Leaders in the territories fear the worst.
By Richard Palmer, from January 1, 2016 in Analysis »
A political earthquake is sweeping across southern Europe. Italy’s banking system is on the brink of collapse. A Europe-wide revolt against Germany is brewing. Can the euro survive 2016?
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.
Want a case study of what happens when Catholicism mixes with politics? Look at Spain. 
By Richard Palmer, from January 10, 2014 in Top Stories 1 »
Church and State never fully separated in Spain and the two are drawing closer together. Should you be worried?
By Richard Palmer, from November 26, 2013 in News »
Spain repeatedly defies Britain, yet London does nothing.
By Richard Palmer, from August 19, 2013 in Top Stories 1 »
Take a quick glance at Gibraltar and you realize there’s no way Britain is ever going to give it up. Here’s why the quick glance is deceiving.
By Jeremiah Jacques, from August 7, 2013 in Top Stories 1 »
The UK and U.S. have surrendered many strategic sea gates in recent decades. Will another one soon bite the dust?