The Nobel Peace Laureate helped bring nearly three decades of bloodshed in Northern Ireland to an end. But reconciliation between the country’s communities remains unrealized.
Beirut’s blast reopens old political wounds, why Europe must stand up for Belarus, and Colombian armed groups spread fear amid lockdown.
The continent has managed to take a great leap forward—but there still might be a crash landing.
From economic woes to racial strife, America’s troop presence in Germany hasn’t always been easy. But it always made an impact.
But it’s a race between slow construction and slower sanctions.
Western countries need national service programs, and Germany is leading the way.
Six months ago, Britain was the most China-friendly state in Western Europe. That’s ancient history now.
It’s hard enough to make a permanent change of station overseas. Military families are finding it agonizing in a pandemic-torn world.
Invoking crisis is a favorite tactic of dictators—and widespread misuse of the word robs it of its power.
The coronavirus pandemic temporarily ended the practice of detaining and deporting asylum-seekers in many countries, but harsher border controls could make reaching Europe and the United States harder than ever.
Italian forces used chemical weapons and committed war crimes in Africa—but the country’s sordid history is not taught in schools and is rarely discussed by politicians or intellectuals.
The EU’s budget deal shows that the club has long given up on rule of law in its member states.
Biden will need a progressive Europe policy for a post-Trump age.