The election results should be seen as an inherently rational demand for change in the political class and in the party system.
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The Latvian recovery and so-called “Baltic model” hold valuable lessons for the troubled Eurozone periphery.
Is democracy still the optimal model for sustained growth and political stability?
As authoritarian regimes have crumbled in the Arab World, so too has the gulf that once separated politics from religion.
When the Euro was introduced, many analysts predicted that centralizing monetary policy over such an economically diverse area would make the common currency unsustainable. Were they right?
The scars of the Bosnian War have faded. Bosnia & Herzegovina, however, remains as dysfunctional as ever.
Conflict in Libya reveals flaws in the European Union's coordination capacity.
In a bold step intended to reduce poverty, the European Union will soon be providing some of the Continent’s poorest citizens with subsidized plane tickets and hotel rooms. The Toronto-based National Post reported on Monday that the European Union has declared traveling for tourism a human right, and is launching a scheme to subsidize vacations with taxpayer money for those ... Read More