By Michael Lerner Britain's contested overseas territories are now more vulnerable.Europe,Argentina,Brexit,Falkland Islands,Gibraltar,Spain,U.K.,Michael Lerner
By Michael Lerner The tide might be starting to turn in the state's efforts against organized crime.Europe,'Ndrangheta,Ernesto Fazzalari,Italy,mafia,Organized crime,Michael Lerner
The conservative People’s Party (P.P.) secured the largest share of votes, but fell short of a majority.
Spain has been gripped by a political gridlock since it failed to form a government last December.
Turkey is ranked 151 out of 180 countries in R.S.F.’s latest World Press Freedom Index for 2016.
By Michael Lerner The country's language purists despise the "invasion" of English words into Spanish.
By Michael Lerner Paris is willing to make sector-specific concessions, but not withdraw its controversial labor bill.Europe,Air France,Eurocup 2016,France,François Hollande,Manuel Valls,railways,strikes,Michael Lerner
Clashes erupted between police and demonstrators demanding the resignation of President Gjorge Ivanov.
The U.K. Prime Minister acknowledged that getting the young people to vote is a challenge.
Alexander Van der Bellen, backed by the Greens, won the election by just 31,000 votes.
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