Regions / Europe & Central Asia
Gross National Happiness, which had its origins in Bhutan, has caught on with political scientists.
Most of Turkey’s recent tribulations are the result of President Erdogan’s determination to reverse the outcome of last June’s election that saw his party lose control of the parliament.
German-American artist Stefan Roloff explores the impacts of totalitarianism — from Nazism to communism and beyond — on the generations that come after it.
The best way to ensure that U.S. troops won't bomb any more civilian targets in Afghanistan is for President Obama to pull them out.
An influx of Iranian troops into Syria is complementing Russian airstrikes in attempting to shore up the Assad regime.
Putin’s attempt at "shock and awe" in Syria has all the hallmarks of failed U.S. interventions of the past
What if world leaders, starting with the U.S., took seriously Pope Francis' call to treat global crises as moral issues?
If Europe and the United States would take a deep breath they would find that they could handle one million refugees.
In Portugal’s elections, Left parties garnered more than 50 percent of the vote and austerity took a major hit.
If the Taliban were allowed to assume command of the Afghan ship of state, it might ameliorate its harsh ways.