By Michael Mandelbaum, professor emeritus of American Foreign Policy at The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies
Livadia offers a warm welcome for refugees
More positive news for the US economy with March proving to be a bumper month for jobs.
A judicial source says the New Zealand player was drunk at the time of his arrest
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the daily news stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
French carmaker Peugeot Citroen is in the process of buying German rival Opel, but fears over job losses in Germany mean Peugeot's boss has been asked for guarantees none will go.
South Africa’s embattled President Jacob Zuma has been backed by his ruling ANC amid growing calls for him to step down.
Politicians across the European Parliament have denounced moves in Hungary, which could force out the Central European University – funded by George Soros – despite…
Unions are protesting against a drastic savings plan that would slash 2,000 jobs and cut salaries by a third.
European football's governing body UEFA is holding its annual congress in Helsinki
New attempts are being made to kick-start Greek bailout talks that have been delayed for months
This Thursday marks the 100th anniversary when the US formally entered World War One.
On the 16th of April Turkey’s political system may change from its current parliamentary-based model.
The financial crisis of 2008 led to Barack Obama passing a massive piece of consumer protection legislation governing the banks. Now Donald Trump says the rules are bad for the economy, and he wants t
UN chief Antonio Guterres has warned that a decision by the US to cut funding to the United Nation’s Population Fund will have ‘‘devastating effects’‘ for the health of women and…
The explosion was caused by a vehicle that had been parked near a restaurant in central Mogadishu.
Brexit, it would appear, is not a new phenomenon. Scientists reveal how Britain first separated from Europe 450,000 years ago.