The financial crash of 2008 haunts the remote tundra east of Reykjavik.
By being outside the euro area, the UK has retained more flexibility than other European countries.
“As a former IRA man, I accept all the responsibilities that are due to me”
Ethnic tensions rise in the first presidential vote since the Orange Revolution
It is a little over half a century since Die Blechtrommel was published in Germany for the first time.
The Haitian people overthrew slavery, uprooted dictators and foreign military rule, and elected a li
The Icelandic prime minister talks to the NS about scrambling to rescue an economy under pressure fr
“Gordon Brown went beyond what was justified”
The Robinson affair fits a pattern in which female transgressors are treated both more and less hars
A refreshingly earnest look at Europe's dark past
The Irish government rejected fiscal stimulus and slashed public spending instead. The result is eco
French president Sarkozy's attempt to honour Albert Camus has backfired
The British government has long denied that wartime air raids on German cities were intended to kill
Newly uncovered Foreign Office memos show how New Labour has played politics with the massacre of th
Whatever the outcome at Copenhagen, the real work will be done in Europe, where the Tories look incr
Remnants of the wall are luring tourists to Berlin
The Tories have deluded themselves that Britain can enjoy trading advantages without the drawbacks o
Two decades after the fall of the wall in 1989, life in the German capital’s hinterland continues re
Major Alexei Dymovsky sits in his police uniform in front of a bright blue wall. He speaks to a video camera in heavy tones, sighing frequently, his eyes clouded with fatigue.
The ratification of the Lisbon Treaty creates new dilemmas for David Cameron-and for David Miliband
The referendum on Britain's membership of the EEC is often forgotten today.
This Eurosceptic alliance is a product of moral and intellectual laziness
Sylvie Brunel launches a counter-attack
Hungary is fighting the neoliberal model imposed after 1989
The choice of the US President completes the counter-Bush trilogy: Carter, Gore and now Obama
France can hardly believe its luck. The silver fox, the poet-politician, is in the dock.
Imagine a country where the self-styled democrats threaten press freedom and where “anti-democratic" forces try to defend it.
Sun, sea and excess on the Côte de Crime