A crash of the euro currency would have both negative and positive implications for the United States, mostly in the realms of economics and geopolitics.
Europe’s debt crisis is sounding a warning that the European social welfare state must be downsized if it is to survive. But European voters are unlikely to relinquish their entitlements without a fight.
In post-modern Spain, where everything (including the term “financial crisis”) is relative, politics will be far more important than economics in determining whether the country avoids a Greek-style debt default.
Weaned on decades of cradle-to-grave socialist largesse, workers across Europe are taking to the streets to prevent governments and private companies from imposing austerity measures.
Spain’s Socialist government seeks a foreign scapegoat for self-inflicted economic wounds.
Europeans remain as divided as ever, except when it comes to bashing America.
A main aim of the Copenhagen climate conference is to expand the EU’s fraud- and corruption-plagued carbon trading scheme into a global system for trading carbon.
Are Europeans and Palestinians colluding to force Israel into accepting a Palestinian state?
Could a vote to ban the construction of minarets make the country a target for Islamic terrorism? (Update: Swiss vote to ban construction of new minarets.)
The new president is supposed to raise Europe’s international profile — but the opaque selection process is drawing parallels between the former Soviet Union and the European Union.
The accused are suspected of belonging to a global jihadist network that planned attacks in Spain, France, Germany, and Portugal — but the case is not open and shut.
Why Bibi Netanyahu mistrusts Prime Minister Zapatero.
Obama's global popularity hasn't reversed the tide of anti-Americanism that so vexed his predecessor.
After elevating Obama to cult-of-personality status, Europeans now turn against him.
The biggest constituency for Obama’s health care reform appears to be in Europe, not America.
European globalists hope the Lisbon Treaty will transform the EU into a superpower capable of counterbalancing the US.
Sunday's election results follow a trend in which Socialist parties across Europe have seen sharp declines in their popularity.
The left is resorting to pacifism to boost poll numbers.
Obama’s diplomatic clumsiness may boost anti-Americanism in Eastern Europe, the only region in Europe where the United States is actually liked.
The mass murderer's release may have been motivated by lucrative oil deals and anti-Americanism rather than compassion for a dying man. (Also read Claudia Rosett: Libyan Grotesqueries.)
Why is Spain helping to rebuild illegal homes in Israel?
There's a general trend toward a return to more negative reporting about America, its people, and its president.
The greatest threats to Jews (and Israel) in contemporary Europe don't necessarily come from the right anymore.
The European Parliament elections saw leftists soundly defeated while the right surged ahead.