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France and Germany move closer together to lead Europe
The agreement between France and Germany on greater bilateral cooperation is designed to further promote European peace and stability; yet, by seeking to isolate the U.S. and the U.K., it might create the opposite effect.
Friendship in the Balkans
The accord between Greece and North Macedonia, over a longstanding name dispute, is an encouraging development in the often-tortuous Balkan politics.
British paying high price for emotional Brexit decision
The British people voted to leave the European Union. Now, they find themselves in unchartered waters, having to pay for a decision based more on emotion than thoughtful calculation.
A new political crisis in Greece?
Despite the relative resilience of the Greek coalition government over the past four years, a new conflict over the renaming of the Republic of Macedonia may spell further upheavals to Greece's governance and economy.
​Trump's wall-building dream in difficulties
​Donald Trump has dug himself a deep pit in regard to his dream of a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border to stop illegal entry from the south. However, both he and his Democrat opponents need to change tack to avoid further damage.
​Brexit: The economic forecasts
​Those who voted for Brexit in the 2016 referendum thought they were creating a bright future for the country. That is now in serious doubt.
What does US withdrawal mean for Syria and the region?
President Donald Trump's surprise decision to withdraw U.S. troops out of Syria will have wide-reaching implications for Syria and the region.
Aamir Khan's 'Thugs of Hindostan' eyeing success in China
The Chinese release of Bollywood star Aamir Khan's latest blockbuster "Thugs of Hindostan" is expected to draw out devoted fans across China, where Indian cinema has in recent years forged significant cultural exchange and greater understanding of Indian people.
Understanding China: New growth drivers and opportunities for cooperation
China is displaying a renewed intent to work with global players. The availability of sophisticated infrastructure, a skilled workforce and new areas of growth is making China an attractive destination for investment.
Court ruling against Obamacare health insurance could hurt millions
The action by a U.S. federal court judge to rule the health insurance coverage known as "Obamacare" has serious implications for millions of Americans, especially the poor or those with long existing conditions.
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