"Many young people do not turn to us for anything," the pope said during a meeting in Estonia.
James D. Melville Jr. said it's time for him to take the "honorable course."
"It’s beneficial for the whole of society."
At a joint press conference with leaders of the Baltic states, President Donald Trump ordered the president of Latvia not to pick a reporter from the United States, once again calling them “fake news.”
Americans may have the edge on Olympic medals, fast food chains and Broadway musicals, but we’re severely lacking in the
I have never been a huge fan of PISA data, the goulash of test results released internationally by the Organization for Economic
Innar Liiv, Tallinn University of Technology Big Brother does “just wants to help” – in Estonia, at least. In this small
Civilians are volunteering in droves to fight Russia’s little green men, should they cross the border.
This article was first posted to American Spectator online. *US is great, not great enough. Will be soon. I will spend next
When I revisited Vietnam in recent years, after reporting from the region during the 1970s, I noted how its rulers had won their wars against France and the United States only to lose out on the economic front, as Communism put them a quarter century behind the roaring "tigers" of East Asia. Now they are struggling to catch up by offering their cheap labor to international investors.
Disagreeing with Trump is easy. Often he's wrong, imagining that Americans are incapable of competing with other nations economically. Sometimes his argument is overwhelmed by specific insults and general incivility. Even when he's right, he's usually incapable of nuance. In the case of NATO it's the latter.
Toomas Hendrik Ilves is not one to be messed with.
Moreover, it would mean that people and companies could move between linked countries - in this case, ideally all those in
Well, I really interpret the letter you refer to in your article ["Censorpship & Upcoming Royal Society Evo Meeting"] as
If you are in the U.S. keeping up with the outrageous, bizarre and controversial things Donald Trump has said since he announced his campaign for president can feel almost like a full-time job.
I have just returned from a ten-day trip with the somewhat unusual itinerary of Estonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, and Austria. The countries vary widely in virtually every way, but they share one characteristic of contemporary Europe: a struggle to adapt to rapid and wrenching change.