Chalk up another one for the politics and purveyors of hate: The chairman of the Alternative for Germany (AfD) party, which takes a strong anti-migration stand, was savagely attacked recently by three hooded men and left for dead.
The U.K. is testing possible “no-deal” Brexit scenarios as Prime Minister Theresa May’s plan to exit the EU is set to be debated in Parliament.
Despite strict gun laws often requiring a year of supervised training as well as psychological testing, the ownership and use of personal firearms is growing rapidly in Europe as a result of recent terror attacks.
British actor Benedict Cumberbatch (Marvel’s Doctor Strange, BBC’s Sherlock) stars in Brexit: The Uncivil War, set to air in Britain on January 7.
Brazil's new president is not only keeping his campaign promise, he is setting in motion a reversal of Brazil's high crime rate.
With 2018 now history, we can ask: Who were its biggest losers? Was it Britain with its Brexit backtracking and bumbling; loan-shark, land-grabbing China; a Saudi crown prince pilloried with a public-relations disaster; or carbon-tax coveting French president Emmanuel Macron? Writer Walter Russell Meade mentions all the preceding in a Wall Street Journal opinion piece. But the biggest loser of all, he says, and he just may be correct, is the liberal international order itself.