By Denis MacShane
By Michael Burda, June 23, 2016
U.S. history holds a lesson for Europe: Integration moves in waves.
By The Globalist, June 22, 2016
A declining share of American women are working.
U.S. women are more likely to vote than men.
The role of marriage and motherhood has changed in U.S. women’s lives.
By Shihoko Goto, June 21, 2016
Why some Japanese are particularly sympathetic toward the pro-Brexit camp.
By Kent H. Hughes, June 21, 2016
While the dream of one Europe survives, the EU’s elites have been too impatient in pressing for it.
By Helmut Reisen, June 20, 2016
The West should act with more confidence in dealing with China’s foreign direct investments.
By Michael J. Brenner, June 19, 2016
In contemporary America, Daumier could have had a field day.
By Scott Freeman, Adam Diamond and Garrett Graddy-Lovelace, June 18, 2016
Stop calling “aid” what really is about supply management for US agricultural interests.
By Holger Schmieding, June 17, 2016
What happens if the UK voters decide on June 23, 2016 to leave the European Union?
By Daniel Stelter, June 16, 2016
Germany will have to change its policies if it wants to avoid exit of other countries from the union.
By Amy Zalman, June 15, 2016
Calling the Orlando attack “Islamist Terrorism” is a strategic mistake.
By Frank Vogl, June 14, 2016
Breaking the ties between organized crime and official corruption.
By Anatol Zukerman, June 13, 2016
A painting and poem by Anatol Zukerman.
By Denis MacShane, June 13, 2016
The debate is dividing Britons by age, Conservatives by stance and Europeans by revived nationalisms.
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