Europe's Fears About Sanctioning Russia Are Overblown
July 28, 2014
“Russia’s economy would collapse faster and quicker.”
The UKIP vote might be here to stay.
Vladimir Putin should be given credit for strengthening Ukraine’s national identity—the very existence of which he has so persistently denied.
The New Ukrainian Government Is Poised to Abandon the LGBT Activists Who Were on the Front Lines
March 31, 2014
The consensus in Ukraine is that LGBT groups should wait 30 years for their civil rights.
The Kremlin’s surreal warmongering is, in large part, a move against the European Union—and it demands a response.
“I feel my whole body burning.” These were the last words of an Oklahoma man executed under the death penalty last week using possibly expired drugs. Sound like cruel and unusual punishment?
Protestors in Ukraine should take a close look at what has happened in Bulgaria.
Some Bulgarians have even burned themselves alive in protest.
The Baltic nation must grapple with a national tragedy in addition to the economic and political complications of its entry into the Euro zone in January.
The European Union is Still Worth Celebrating
July 03, 2013
If only for the fall of cultural barriers.