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Europe’s Kids Are Moody and Depressed

But what millennials think of their future prospects -- and of the United States -- isn’t a passing fad. And there's good reason to worry about the future of the continent.

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Strong Swiss Franc Is Some Geneva-Based Aid Groups’ Latest Worry

The exchange rate swing means some organizations have less money to go around than they thought.

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It’s Time to Kick Germany Out of the Eurozone

Why the anchor dragging down the European economy isn’t Athens -- it’s Berlin.

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Greece Should Not Give In to Germany’s Bullying

It’s not just a question of being morally right -- it’s sound economics. And Athens has a lot more leverage than anyone thinks.

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Can Venezuela’s Opposition Get Its Act Together?

Venezuela is a mess. But the opposition shows little indication that it can take advantage.

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Greece’s Dynamic Duo Takes on the Troika

They’re exciting, energetic, and have charisma like Europe hasn’t seen in years. That may not be enough.

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