The American tech giant is unpopular in France, so why is Sarkozy, who faces poor prospects for reelection, suddenly courting them?
What Karl Marx might say about UK Prime Minister David Cameron's veto of a euro-saving treaty: capitalism made him do it
A very public argument over a proposed law between a male feminist group and prostitutes' unions is raising issues of gender, law, and desire
America under the Articles of Confederation was a mess, not unlike Europe today. Could it lead to a stronger European Union?
Unfortunately, climate policy really is a matter of money, and Europe doesn't have any to spare right now
German authorities are trying to limit what the American tech companies can do, but the Silicon Valley giants are fighting back
As non-democratic market forces overtake popular will, the continent may have to fundamentally alter how it governs
At the center of the European experiment since its start, the phenomenon is getting more attention in France and in Germany
Google results by country for "Thanksgiving" show that readers and media outlets outside the U.S. are mostly concerned with the holiday as a commercial event
The factors that can lead to the rise of far-right movements appear increasingly common in Germany today, where residents worry about immigration and eurozone crises
Germans are widely hostile to far-right groups, but opposition to multi-culturalism is on the rise -- and getting violent
A short-term political scramble in Paris over how to handle the European mess could transform French politics
A biopic of sitting president Nicolas Sarkozy is the latest in a wave of election-themed Gallic movies
The Italian leader who seems to have survived every sort of scandal there is might finally succumb to the dropping economy
"Bitters: A Spirited History of a Classic Cure-All," a new book from Brad Parsons, will make your kitchen look like an alchemist's lab
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou hasn't exactly saved Europe, but could anyone have done much better?
Greece's controversial decision to put the European bail-out to a national vote is a rejection of European collective rule
European public figures are deeply concerned about the chance that China might want to make a big contribution to their rescue fund
Opinion polls and regional media coverage suggest that the anti-Assad protests are widely backed the citizens of Arab countries, and they might even support an intervention -- though not one by the West
There's a serious debate in Germany over whether instituting legal quotas for women in upper management would help address gender inequality. But don't hold your breath for something similar in the U.S.