The global Left has been deprived of one of its most ambitious legal activists.
The make-or-break summit convened in Brussels to avert the collapse of Europe’s single currency set the stage for yet another anti-democratic European power grab.
European leaders hope they can sweep Europe’s financial problems under the rug by shooting the (American) messengers of bad news.
Will Italy become the next European country to need help managing its debts?
Where it's safer to be a crooked politician than a thief robbing banks or stealing handbags from old ladies.
Socialists have joined arms with Islamists in a "Red-Green Alliance" aimed at isolating and delegitimizing Israel.
Obama’s six-day trip to Europe — high on style but low on substance — was far more about creating photo opportunities than it was about strengthening the transatlantic relationship.
Spain’s governing Socialist Party just suffered heavy losses in municipal elections, but the opposition conservative party hasn't outlined a long-term plan to restore the country's economic health.
A massive wave of social unrest in cities across Spain, dubbed the Spanish Revolution, reflects the failure of the social welfare state model to provide Spanish youth with a future, much less a present.
European journalists have focused on whether the killing was permissible under international law; some are now calling for an international commission to investigate the American action.
While Spain’s Socialist government publicly preaches the virtues of post-modern pacifism, in private it is busy selling weapons to some of the most odious and repressive regimes in the world.
A case study on how incompetent politicians, blinded by postmodern socialist ideology and prone to reckless government spending, combined with voter apathy, can drive a nation into the ditch.
In the absence of American leadership in Libya, Europeans are looking more and more like the Keystone Kops. It would be funny if it were not so serious.
An unintended but highly illuminating irony of the military intervention in Libya is that it has exposed the duplicity behind European pacifism.
The days of Europe’s highly vaunted cradle-to-grave social welfare state are numbered.
The trial of Austrian anti-Sharia activist Elisabeth Sabaditsch-Wolff for “denigrating” Islam has major implications for free speech in Europe. (Also read Michael Ledeen: "Islamophobia")
The European Union is facing an existential crisis, and all eyes are now on Spain to see what happens next.
NATO members are preparing to meet in Portugal for what may be one of the most crucial summits in the alliance’s 61-year history.
European media elites are almost unanimous in their assessment of the outcome: the much-ballyhooed Barack Obama — and his efforts to remake America in Europe’s image — is in trouble.
Fearful that disenchanted voters in Europe may try to replicate the American Tea Party movement on European soil, media outlets across the continent are resorting to anti-Americanism in an effort to discredit American voters.
Dramatic defense cuts signal a global military withdrawal by a Britain that lacks both the economic means and the political will to continue projecting power beyond its own shores.
Just weeks after the global media outrage over Israeli "crimes against humanity" in Gaza, the mainstream media is keeping strangely silent over allegations that Turkey is using chemical weapons against its own citizens in Kurdistan.
European media are divided over the significance of the leaked Pentagon documents, but many are urging the West to cut and run from Afghanistan.
Britain wants to boost its geopolitical influence abroad. But efforts to weaken London’s “special relationship” with Washington will only end up reducing Britain’s role on the global stage.