Is Europe discriminating against Christians?
1700 years after the Edict of Milan, religious intolerance is still a problem, even if the platitudes flow thick and fast.
Europe, unemployment and instability
The European crisis is no longer finance but the devastating effects of unemployment.
Challenges for post-election US foreign policy
Following the presidential election, the United States faces a difficult foreign-policy balancing act in a changing world order.
Europe battles hate crimes against Christians
Vilification, violence and discrimination are still a reality in the 21st century.
The happiness of believing
Europeans who belong to a religion report higher levels of happiness than those who do not.
How do religious belief and practice affect Europeans’ happiness?
Europe is often described as a godless wasteland. That's not what the statistics show.
A crisis of political economy
The global financial crisis is an economic problem that has triggered a political problem, which in turn is making the economic problem worse.
Europe for Families, Families for Europe
The most recent figures show an uptick in European birth rates. Is this a sign of renewed vitality in the Old World?
What’s wrong with the West?
Is the West in decline because it has lost touch with its Christian roots?
What to do about the burqa
If we want to teach Muslims the importance of a woman’s face, Europeans ought to lead by example.
Is Europe skittled, fini or just kaput?
The EU's experiment with multiple identities is faltering in the financial crisis.
Western Europe’s dream world
Norwegians, like other Europeans west of the Danube and east of the English Channel, like Obama. They are deluded.
Russia, Poland and the history wars
On the 70th anniversary of the Soviet Army's invasion of Poland a British diplomat understands why Poles are not quick to give the Russians credit for occasionally getting things right.