Europe must not disparage those who worry that immigration is changing their societies too much.
A contender for the British Labour Party’s leadership shamefully indulges in “evil Tories” stereotypes.
Marco Rubio’s proposals for American policy in the Middle East do not inspire much confidence.
Closing Europe’s borders would be an emotional overreaction to the foiled terror attack on the Thalys train.
How many mandates does the Greek leader need before he’s comfortable doing what needs to be done?
The Wisconsin governor’s plan to repeal and replace the Democrats’ health reforms has some good ideas in it.
Republicans who blame the president for withdrawing from Iraq “prematurely” are not facing up to the facts.
Americans should stop comparing European integration with their own process of nationbuilding.
Greece is culturally and economically too backward to share a currency with countries in the north of Europe.
Failing to help Greece could further delegitimize liberal economic reforms and discredit European democracy.
Britain’s Labour Party struggles to see the ruling Conservatives’ policy on poverty as anything but cruel.
Russians’ self-pity and mistrust is poisoning their relations with other countries. They need to change.