UK Prime Minister David Cameron's recent anti-immigration message runs counter to the proposed relaxation of U.S. restrictions.
On Sunday, French voters head to the polls in the final round of the country's legislative elections, and the Socialists will most likely take control over parliament.
Even in death, Margaret Thatcher remains a controversial figure. Although not officially state sponsored, her funeral paid tribute to the Falklands War and involved over 800 military personnel.
Italy must liberalize its labor market in order to increase competition and stimulate the economy.
Willard, in another effortless addition to your gaffe pantheon, you announced today that you had doubts on whether the UK would be able to fully deliver the forthcoming Olympics.
Both Ecuador and Cyprus held their elections on Sunday. Here is a recap and analysis of the likely results in both countries.
China's plans to invest in the EU’s bailout fund have more political significance than economic, as this will strengthen China’s increasingly strong bargaining hand in global politics.
Italy's military is short on cash and over-stretched. An injection of new ideas and some courageous policy decisions could turn this around.