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How a Deal May Save the Euro But Not Preserve Europe

Dec. 9 is bittersweet for the Europe: at a summit in Brussels, its leaders struck a deal that might save its beleaguered currency, euro -- but at the expense...

Could the Iron Lady Have Handled the Euro Crisis?

Anyone who experienced the events depicted in The Iron Lady recalls the smells of that period. 1978 heralded the Winter of Discontent -- public-sector strikes...

Must-Reads from Around the World

A rights group says migrant workers at the Sochi Olympic construction sites are exploited, the U.K. is the world's top land-grabber and Iran releases footage of...

What's in a Name?

The recent terrorist attack at a natural gas plant in Algeria--which, together with the counterstrike by Algiers, left 38 hostages and 29 militants dead--has...

Must-Reads from Around the World, June 20, 2012

Counter Claims – The Guardian covers “bruising verbal exchanges” between U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron and Argentinian President Cristina Kirchner over the...

Britain Slumps

Word now comes that Great Britain has slipped back into recession after several years of David Cameron’s austerity experiment. It seems, yet again, that John...

How Did Other Countries "Lose" in Libya?

In TIME's international editions, Jorge Castañeda, a former Mexican Foreign Minister, rates the “winners and losers” of the Libyan imbroglio, praising Western...

David Cameron: Here Comes the Junior Partner

Britons — disinclined to trust their politicians farther than they can throw them — are beginning to realize that their new Prime Minister is a man of his word...