VOX’s no-confidence motion to oust PM Pedro Sánchez amounts to little more than a gimmick.
Spain’s upcoming turn at holding the EU Council Presidency is a high-stakes opportunity likely to be missed.
Could Fauda prove the clearest testament yet to the Palestinian question’s irreducible unsolvability?
Fresh off forming Israel’s most right-wing government ever, Bibi Netanyahu appears in his recently published memoir as the Jewish people’s shrewdest leader since King Solomon.
If they wish to be governing forces like in Hungary and Israel, conservatives must not mind being hated.
If the open-air killing of a clergyman by an Islamist doesn’t prompt a reckoning, it’s hard to see what will.
A Pulitzer-prize winner chronicles Oswaldo Payá’s lifelong struggle to bring democracy to Cuba.
Jesus Christ died unlike he had lived: politically. D. L. Dusenbury urges us to reassess the gospels.
A year out from a general election in Spain and the political vitriol is running high.
The EU’s business model has been to put the age-old laws of politics to the test, argues Stefan Auer in his latest book. To survive, it needs to heed them instead.
In France, Jews and Arabs have been drifting apart over the past 50 years. A Paris exhibition commissioned by one of the country’s leading historians hoped to build bridges.
Reagan’s election would be the ultimate test of the so-called Evans’ law: “whenever one of our people reaches a position of power where he can do us some good, he ceases to be one of our people.”