Madrid, 1976: Hitchens files a report following the death of Franco.
Is the country finally starting to believe in something?
The PM is confident because his stance is popular. But some MPs are querying whether the whole thing
The word "Stalinist" is often used without much thought but the court case that ended in Minsk on 30 November was perhaps as close as one could get to a Stalinist spectacle in modern-day Europe.
European leaders are claiming victory, but nothing has been resolved. And Britain is in the worst of
Almost every eurozone member, including France and Germany, broke the deficit rules.
The new Belgian PM's adapatability will be vital "for the leader of a nation with a fractured identi
As austerity bites in the Eurozone, the German press is portraying Greece as profligate – while the
It's certainly the end of the eurozone as we know it.
Even after the fall of Silvio Berlusconi, Italians are in little doubt just how bad a state their co
The spectre of history looms over the eurozone crisis and Germany’s role in it.
Ashdown, Heseltine, Blair and others are rallying to the euro's defence.
The former PM's reputation deserves to be reconsidered in light of Europe's current economic problem
Democracy must not be regarded as merely an optional extra when solving economic problems.
Prediction is nearly always dangerous, but here is one that I believe to be absolutely safe. Whatever you read elsewhere, the euro will survive and Greece, Italy, Spain, etc, will remain inside.
If what happened in Italy were repeated here, Peter Mandelson would be prime minister by the end of
Fadhel, a 47-year-old Tunisian crane driver, has lived in Italy for 23 years, and the living has been good. Economic growth may have hovered close
The inevitable "structural reforms" Italy faces won't drag the eurozone's third-largest economy out
European integration has been defined by two, apparently contradictory trends: technocracy and popul
Sophie Elmhirst joins Martin McGuinness on the presidential campaign trail in Dublin, and finds an e
In the five months since demonstrations in Madrid began, citizens on almost every continent have tak
"You have lost a good opportunity to shut up" was an old Chirac line.
François Hollande secured a clear victory in France's unprecedented open socialist primaries. Now he
Moody’s downgrades Spain's credit rating by two notches.
How centrist will the French Socialist candidate be?
Like most of the occupations around the world today, Madrid's Puerta del Sol is peaceful.
Plans to resolve the eurozone crisis are on edge as Slovakia votes.
Merkel and Sarkozy will reveal a plan for the Eurozone by the end of the month.