Articles by Scheherazade Rehman
The weak economic recovery means another mess could be right around the corner.
Austerity's defenders seem to have buckled under the weight of political reality.
The country’s leadership might need to do something before the proletariat sees red.
Like her or dislike her, Margaret Thatcher has secured herself a page in the history books.
British Prime Minister David Cameron has committed to hold a referendum on the UK's membership in the European Union
The eurozone will pay the price for its treatment of Cyprus.
The invisible line was crossed when the Europeans contemplated not protecting small bank accounts.
Levying a tax on small savers does not exactly breed confidence in banking systems.
The U.S. sequestration and the political mess in Italy raise questions about modern democracies’ ability to function.
Italy must decide it's time to be a more responsible member of the European Union.