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The Question of German Power Returns to Europe

Since the middle of the 19th Century, the central questions in European politics have been been have been the closely-connected questions of nationalism and the...

Can the Fed Help Save Europe’s Banks?

The U.S. Federal Reserve has been pumping billions of dollars into the European banking system in recent weeks in an attempt to help stabilize the continent’s...

Something's Rotten in Europe

TIME's Leo Cendrowicz writes from Brussels about what the controversy — and hysteria — over E.coli in vegetable produce is doing to the already fraying bonds of...

Google TV to Launch in Europe 'Early 2012'

American networks might not want to play ball in the U.S., but that isn't stopping Google from pursuing its television dreams—it just means that other countries...

Europe's Unlikely Media Star: Yvonne, the Dairy Cow

This post is in partnership with Worldcrunch, a new global-news site that translates stories of note in foreign languages into English. The article below was...

Measles Outbreak: Cases Rise in Europe and U.S.

The global outbreak of measles is continuing to spread, with cases rising in Europe and certain parts of the U.S., including California. So far this year, 98...

Europe's Grasso Effect

Outrage about executive salaries is missing a couple of decimals in Europe. In September New York Stock Exchange boss Dick Grasso resigned amid a backlash over...

Europe: Europe's Fresh Faces

Half a century ago, the Prime Minister of France came up with a novel idea. Then as now, the world was occupied with the specter of war in the Middle East--this...

Europe Learns No Nation is Immune to Terror

The Dec. 29 arrest of five men suspected of plotting a deadly shooting siege in Denmark — just nine days after a dozen men were seized in Britain on suspicions...