NATO Chief Worried About Fissures Between United States and Europe
In an interview with Foreign Policy, Jens Stoltenberg cautioned against a new arms race with Russia.
NATO Prepares to Be Disappointed by the Cheshire Cat President
U.S. allies will not leave Thursday's summit feeling any more reassured than when they arrived.
A Little Advice to Europe, From Your Best Friend
Trump’s America isn’t out to undo the European Union. It just wants to update the relationship.
Belgian Minister Defends Zero Tolerance Clip as a Joke
Belgium’s migration minister sparked plenty of outrage when he mistook a parody for a pat on the back.
WATCH: New Footage Shows Brussels Suspect Walking Away from Attack
New video footage shows one suspect's escape path from the Brussels airport.
Brussels Bomber Had Summer Job Cleaning the European Parliament
The EU parliament released a statement Wednesday revealing the Brussels bomber once held a summer job there.
The Age of the Lone Wolf is Far From Over
Even as the Islamic State evolves into a more sophisticated network, it will still cultivate unhinged, solo actors to further its fanatical ends.
Lahore Blast Caps Deadly Week, From Asia to Europe
At least 144 were killed in terror attacks last week that showed the vast reach of extremists' targets.
The Islamic State’s Lone-Wolf Era Is Over
Small-scale attacks by homegrown radicals are out. Complex plots to maximize carnage are in.
Monsters of Our Own Imaginings
Responding to the attacks in Brussels by raising threat levels, issuing travel advisories, and airing melodramatic news coverage makes the Islamic State far more dangerous than it really is.
What the Obama Administration Must Learn from Brussels
President Obama need look no further than his own advisers for guidance on how to defeat the Islamic State.
The Brussels Bombings Highlight Just How Wrong Trump Is About NATO
The United States is lucky to have strong friends and partners in Europe. And now’s not the time to talk about weakening this alliance of democracies.
The U.S. and Cuba Provide an Excuse to Watch Sports at Work
For the first time in 17 years, a Major League Baseball team plays a game in Cuba Tuesday.
Deadly Blasts Shock Brussels After Islamic State Militant’s Arrest
As many as 31 are reportedly killed in bombings across Belgium's capital in deadly proof that threat of terror has not abated.
Meet the Woman Leading Europe’s War Against Google, Gazprom, and Apple
Margrethe Vestager, the EU’s antitrust czar, is going after some of the world’s biggest companies — and trying to redefine the 21st-century economy.
Can Europe Stand Up to Its Own Strongmen?
Eastern Europe is backsliding on democracy — and Brussels isn’t doing anything to stop it.
Europe’s Baller Bank Notes Are Fueling Terrorism
When it’s this easy to stuff a briefcase with 1 million euros, you’ve got a problem.
The Islamic State’s Plot to Build a Radioactive ‘Dirty Bomb’
The jihadist group appears to have been looking for nuclear materials in Belgium.
Terror Fears Mute New Year’s Cheer
As the world’s metropolises prepare to bid the year farewell on Thursday, some of them are too afraid to celebrate.