I wonder if I'm alone in wondering quite where US policy on Iran now stands.
Kirkegaard is too generous to the EU leadership.
The supposedly foundational choices that the Republican party is pitching to voters are a fraud, I argue in a column for Bloomberg.
Question is, why can't they? Take a few pointers from Rick Santorum, I advise, or if that's too hard, maybe Bruce Springsteen.
I submit that this is no way to run a railroad.
Use the Strategic Petroleum Reserve, says Philip Verleger of the Peterson Institute.
The World Bank's chief has enormous power within the institution, and the Bank needs to follow a substantially new course in future.
Germany needs to remember its ambitions for the European Union and why it embarked on this venture in the first place.
Gideon Rachman's FT column is very good, but it lets Germany off too lightly.
With an unemployment rate of 22.9 percent, Spain shows why structural reform really is needed in Europe.