Admiration for strongmen reveals an unhealthy desire to be led and a misjudgment of sound politics.
In order to keep his promises, the new Greek prime minister expects other leaders to break theirs.
It is high time the West recognizes the Islamists ruling Turkey are “anti-Semitic bullies.”
Refusing to confront the problems of Islam, Europe’s leaders are allowing pro-Russian nationalism to flourish.
It would be too pessimistic to see the idea of Central Europe failing altogether but it is threatened.
Until there is a chance in British policy, the dream of owning a property will remain just that — a dream.
The central government’s refusal to give Catalans a say in their future has caused support for independence to surge.
Expecting Turkey to come to the aid of Kurdish separatists without a plan to remove Bashar Assad is unreasonable.
The Labour leader’s recriminations say more about his own delusions than the ruling Conservative Party he attacks.
That Scots get to choose their own destiny shows how seriously Britain takes its commitment to self-determination.
Sweden’s prime minister leaves his country a much better place than he found it eight years ago.
Enemies of America that enabled the Islamic State in the first place can hardly be expected to help defeat it.