How the U.S. and Europe can help secure the gains the fledgeling state has made in its five years of independence.
How David Cameron's stance on Europe revealed the obsession of his base
The country's top leadership is again going head-to-head with Britain over the South Atlantic island chain, 30 years later
It's a real possibility now, after all.
It may be struggling now, but nobody can deny Europe its successes.
The U.S. president and his famous speech, commemorated yesterday by the Berlin government, surely played a role, but Mikhail Gorbachev's reforms and East German protesters were far more important.
The 90-year-old Israeli communist movement, one of the last hold-outs of an ideology that mostly died with the Soviet Union, held demonstrations across the country this weekend.
British pro-life activists are learning from their U.S. counterparts, adopting tougher tactics and harsher rhetoric.
Why Marine Le Pen's ethnic nationalist party won't win the Jewish vote, no matter how much support they promise Israel.