Anti-E.U. populists may have scored big at the ballot box, but they’re wrong on foreign policy
By cheering on the victory of the far right in Europe's elections, Russia is pursuing its economic interests at the risk of its own cohesion as a state
Several questions remained about how he intends to deal with the multiple foreign policy crises facing his administration
Many European leaders wish he could have seen the threat from Russia after the last time it invaded a neighbor
An election that was supposed to get Europeans more excited about their continental government, which holds a round of voting to decide which lawmakers sit in...
Obama's shift to a style of leadership based on international consensus sounds appealing to a nation emerging from over a decade of war in the Middle East. But...
Victoria Nuland's profanity isn't shocking, it's revealing.
Individuals in Europe hoping to have search results deleted have sent Google an average of 10,000 requests per day, or one every 7 seconds
New EU proposals to prevent the dangerous practice of boat migration could hurt, rather than save, refugees trying to reach Europe say human rights groups
At the height of the euro-zone crisis in 2011–12, governments in Greece, Spain and other cash-strapped countries were given enormous bailouts in exchange for...
The FDA promises new rules for electronic cigarettes are coming soon
The new rules will curb commodity speculation and regulate new high-frequency trading technologies
The E.U. is hoping to restore full bilateral ties with the communist-led island
It’s sometimes hard to remember that the European Union grew out of a desire to avoid conflict. These days the E.U. itself is a flash point. In 2015 at least six...
New data prompts drug agency to investigate how weight affects several contraceptive brands
A rash of high-profile skiing accidents in Europe led one Italian newspaper to brand the holiday season "a massacre"
Despite narrowed credit spreads, receding break-up speculation, and climbing stock prices, questions about Europe's recovery remain
Archaic laws complicate the return of looted works of art to their rightful owners.
From Portugal to Greece, activists and workers furious with the new conditions of austerity governments are imposing on their societies took to the streets in...
A little background on the political drama