Does the president want to lead the U.S. down the path towards a new era of global socialism?
The president's diplomatic philosophy seems to put the interests of other countries ahead of those of the United States.
What gives Spain the right to prosecute Israel for fighting Hamas?
The country's international credibility suffers another major blow.
The infamous Greyhound bus killer was found not criminally responsible for the gruesome murder of a fellow passenger.
The Geert Wilders case is only one of many that should warn Americans of the perils of complacency. (Also, Leon De Winter on the Wilders Trial [PJTV with registration])
Opposing Israel has become a convenient smokescreen for the "oldest hatred."
Anti-Semitism is on the rise — but how many Spaniards have actually ever met a Jew?
Moscow now has its sights set on Spain's largest oil company.
Spanish Prime Minister Zapatero is looking forward to (finally) getting a warm reception in Washington.
It's dangerous for a country to be swept away by pacifist rhetoric.
The credit crunch has made bashing the United States de rigeur again on the continent.
Left-wing blogs would like you to think so.
Those who know the least about America seem to hate it the most.
If they pay millions in ransom for their hostages, won't everyone?
Spaniards, used to socialist largesse, are struggling with market economics — and their prime minister is in heavy denial.
The recent NATO summit in Romania showed why there's trouble ahead for transatlantic relations — no matter who occupies the White House next January.
Kosovo's declaration of independence exposes the weak side of the European Union, which is unable to forumulate a unified response to the newly self-proclaimed republic, writes Soeren Kern.
Spanish Prime Minister Zapatero recently visited Mexico, where he took the opportunity to make a grand pronouncement about the construction of walls. Soeren Kern reminds him of his nation's dubious record on the subject of immigration and the substantial problems facing Europe at large.