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Italy must decide it's time to be a more responsible member of the European Union.
Former Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou outlined what he called three popular "myths" about the crisis in Greece.
Making your state unattractive to business and investment means exploding deficits, higher-than-average unemployment, and less tax revenue.
VIENNA (AP) — These museum goers didn't just leave their coats at the coat check. They handed over their shirts, trousers and underwear.
Pope Benedict XVI is resigning, and some say his replacement should come from outside Europe.
The United States must pursue a sustainable budget, but during the necessary period of fiscal adjustment U.S. international influence may decline yet further.
No one saw 9/11 or the end of the Soviet Union coming—what equivalent is coming in Obama's second term?
The United States must acknowledge that countries in Africa and Asia are on the rise.
Abe is apparently eager to drive down the exchange value of the yen to stimulate lagging demand for Japanese products.
Unless Paris is able to attract new industry, create a more dynamic job market and increase global competitiveness, it could become the next European economic basket case.