Most Britons on zero-hours contracts are perfectly happy to have flexible jobs.
Plans to raise taxes while slowing liberal economic reforms are unlikely to woo Greece’s European creditors.
Not wanting to be seen as leaning too heavily toward Iran, the United States resume military assistance to Egypt.
Greece’s far-leftist prime minister criticized European sanctions on Russia and wants to improve relations.
Socialists in both France and the United Kingdom are split on whether to be pro- or anti-business.
A referendum on Britain’s European Union membership no longer stands in the way of another coalition.
Catalonia’s two largest parties vow to break away from Spain if they win the election in September.
Egyptian and Saudi strikes could drive a wedge the Houthis and Saleh loyalists, making a ground invasion less likely.
What Robert Kaplan sees as a political failure is actually the strength of European civil society.
Arab states have too many conflicting interests and priorities to make a joint military force work.
The former president’s right-wing alliance takes over 28 local authorities from the ruling Socialist Party.
Egypt and Saudi Arabia deploy warships to the Red Sea after a second night of bombing in Sana’a.