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Chinese stock market bubble

On Wednesday, as global markets teetered following a strikingly deep selloff on China’s Shanghai Composite index, Morgan Stanley Investment Management emerging markets expert Ruchir Sharma...
Greek referendum

It’s high noon in Europe. In Greece, the far-left Syriza had long promised the Greek people auspicious outcomes that they could never deliver. When the...
Greek debt crisis

Greece ordered it banks to close today to abort a run on the entire banking system. Depositors, fearing default and the loss of their money,...
Russian Mediterranean Task Force

While Greece has been a member of NATO since 1952, anti-Americanism has often run high in Greece. In 1974, Greek leftists assassinated the CIA’s station...

The economic situation in Europe is bleak. The continent that represents almost one-fifth of the world’s total economic output is now looking squarely at the...

I and others here at COMMENTARY have written many times about Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s efforts to transform Turkey from a secular state to an overtly...

After the initial shock, liberals have responded to Detroit’s bankruptcy crisis with their usual vigor while attempting to answer conservatives who have rightly asserted that...

Whatever the U.S. unemployment figures turn out to be on Friday, they will be far better than what the eurozone—the 17 countries that use the...

Like bees swarming to a honey pot, Europe's extremist parties have wasted no time in seizing upon the Eurozone crisis to garner an electoral boost....

The White House continues to talk about Turkey not only as a regional ally but also as a model for reform in the Middle East....

I must admit I’ve never understood the concept that some people would be excused from paying zero taxes and so would be completely disinvested in...

If the stock market is truly a leading indicator (and it tends to be one of the more reliable ones), then the Obama campaign had...