Europe

Page 2 of 11 

Reports highlight international corruption, U.S. complicity

By J.C. Derrick
Posted

Corruption | A pair of new reports are shedding fresh light on the business of international corruption and the United States’ complicity in it. This week, the…

Dollars and Sense: Strong auto sales signal consumer confidence

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Money | A mixed bag. The news was pretty mixed last week. On Monday, a key measure of manufacturing activity indicated the economy is slowing down. The closely…

Greek tragedy

Greek tragedy

By Mindy Belz
Posted

Greece | Dependency on government reshapes the character of any nation

A pro-life voice in the abortion capital of the world

By Susan Olasky
Posted

Abortion | BUCHAREST, Romania—The nation of Romania has the highest abortion rate in all of Europe. From the late 1960s to the late 1980s, communist dictator Nicolae…

Globe Trot: Greek elections give new life to Spain’s radical left

By Mindy Belz
Posted

International | SPAIN: Thousands of supporters of the radical left Podemos party marched in Madrid over the weekend, in a bid to emulate the success of leftists in Greece and…

Number of foreign fighters in Iraq and Syria doubles

By Daniel James Devine
Posted

Terrorism | The number of foreigners flocking to the cause of militant Islam in Iraq and Syria is the largest such influx since 1945, according to a new estimate. More…

Romania’s peculiar abortion history

By Susan Olasky
Posted

Abortion | The taking of human life in the womb is not just an American issue. Romania has the highest abortion rate in Europe at about 480 for every 1,000 live births,

Dollars and Sense: Will trouble in Greece shake U.S. markets?

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Money | Greek turmoil. Expect the unexpected this week in the markets. A radical left-wing party vowing to end Greece’s painful austerity program won a historic…

The serpent’s egg

The serpent’s egg

By Andrée Seu Peterson
Posted

Immigration | France’s walled-off immigrant populations have turned mischievous and murderous

Winston Churchill: A man for all times

By Cal Thomas
Posted

History | LONDON—It is an old debating point: Do the times make the man, or does the man make the times? In the case of Winston Churchill, whose death 50 years ago…

Globe Trot: Europe’s battle with totalitarian ideology

By Mindy Belz
Posted

International | DENMARK: Pegida, the European anti-Islamic group, is staying on the march despite death threats from ISIS. Organizers for a demonstration this evening in…

Dollars and Sense: Earnings season, oil, and a Swiss surprise

By Warren Cole Smith
Posted

Money | Earnings season underway. A week ago, Alcoa’s report kicked off the quarterly earnings season, and while it was good, the news has been mostly downhill…

Page 2 of 11