In his farewell address, the outgoing President will counter growing – but misguided – criticism of his administration’s approach to the rest of the world.
Referendums are in fashion: let’s have one every year, preceded by a referendum on what it should be about. I am serious.
Saladin decapitated prisoners as ruthlessly as Isis does now - and Genghis Khan was brutal from childhood. But what can we learn from these men?
Millions of pounds have been poured into counter-extremism initiatives over the past decade. But this has failed to provide the response to 7/7 that the UK wanted.
Merkel warns that it is up to Tsipras to make new proposals as the country's banks are put under further strain.
“Sometimes we can hide some boxes of tomatoes or potatoes and get them in,” one vegetable-seller-turned-food smuggler in Aden told me. “But trucks of food?"
The Greeks are correct: Brussels' denial that this is an ideological question is ideology at its purest – and symptomatic of our whole political process.
Beyond the famous few, who are they? Michael Chessum meets the Syriza grassroots.
American dairy farming is in trouble, and the women who are crowned Dairy Princess for their states are doing their best to save it.
Following a No vote, Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis resigns as Greek finance minister.
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