It's time to start worrying about 2013, because the Obama team clearly isn't.
As protests and problems pile up, there's no easy way out of the crisis for Spain's embattled government.
As Georgian voters prepare to vote in a crucial parliamentary election, a look back at one of the signature programs of President Mikheil Saakashvili.
The run-up to Georgia's October 1 election has been dirty, demeaning, and rife with abuses of power and allegations of corruption. It’s also the best thing to happen to Georgia in a long time.
Turkey has undeniable economic potential, but there is still a lot of work to do.
Germany's constitutional court may have just saved the euro, but it may also have set the stage for the end of Europe as we know it.
Barely 100 days into his presidency, Francois Hollande is already trying to persuade France that his administration isn't sinking.
Why is the Nobel Prize-winning economist mocking the countries that have escaped the eurocrisis?
How do you conduct an election when contending political forces don't agree on the rules? An unlikely study in compromise from Northern Ireland in 2005.
Welcome back from summer holiday, Europeans! Get ready for 30 days that will determine the fate of your continent.
In the end, Norway's killer got what he wanted: official recognition that his extremist ideology doesn't make him a madman.
Former French President Nicolas Sarkozy is not about to go quietly into the night.
European leaders wouldn't be so befuddled about how to solve their economic crisis if they simply looked north.
Could Boris Johnson, the ridiculous yet charming mayor of London, really go on to lead Britain?
Mitt Romney, Charles Krauthammer, and conservative pundits are plain wrong: Barack Obama hasn't lost Europe. That was his predecessor's doing.
So France’s new Socialist president wants to soak the rich? My message to French job-creators fleeing the nouveau régime: Mississippi welcomes you.
Environmentalists are just now waking up to the reality that if we're going to stop global warming, we're going to have to be a lot more politically savvy.
Follow the events of August 1962, as Cold War tensions continue to unfold in the run-up to the Cuban missile crisis.
Mitt Romney's whirlwind tour proved the GOP nominee still has some things to learn on foreign policy.
Democracy is working just as it should in the EU's newest member state, argues the country's prime minister.
Four years after Barack Obama's landmark Berlin speech, the transatlantic alliance is fading fast. What went wrong?