The European reaction to events in Georgia has been predictably spineless.
How long can the civilized world sit back and watch a catastrophe exacerbated by the willful neglect of the callous regime in Rangoon?
French President Nicholas Sarkozy seeks to edge his country closer to the US-British axis. But he must contend with a political elite where anti-Americanism has a long, troubling history.
The notorious Labour Party Mayor of London is up for re-election this year, and trailing in the polls behind his slightly buffoonish Tory challenger. It's not hard to see why.
Prince Harry has been pulled out of Afghanistan after Drudge disclosed his deployment there. Mr. Eugenides is impressed by the royal -- and the British media.
Turkey has voted to rescind its long-standing ban on the Islamic headscarf in universities. Mr. Eugenides is of two minds on the policy, since the garb has long prevented observant Muslim women access to higher education. And isn't the education of women the most effective way to combat fundamentalism?