Sunday Jul 27
Sofia News Agency
Who Will Take Over the Bulgarian Socialist Party?
Sergey Stanishev is leaving behind a controversial legacy at Bulgaria's "hundred-year" party, BSP, an heir to the Communist-era BKP.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
EU Preparing Further Sanctions Against Russia After MH17 Crash
A numbered coffin carried by Dutch military personnel contains an unidentified body from the crash of MH17 on July 23, 2014 at Eindhoven airport, Netherlands.
It's a bit rich for France to castigate Britain for sheltering oligarchs
The South of France is the playground of Russian oligarchs - oodles of cash, lurid boats and a lack of taste.
United Jewish Federation of Tidewater
French Socialist politician removed from party over anti-Semitic statement
A local Socialist politician from France's Lyon region was booted from the party for making statements deemed anti-Semitic.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Green Left Weekly
Belgium: Far left breakthrough in poll
Before May 25, there were no elected representatives of what is called the "radical" left in Belgium, unlike in other countries in Europe.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Amazon Trolls France's Anti-Competition Laws
The anti-Amazon bill, as it's known , requires the online retail giant to charge book buyers shipping fees for their online literature purchases.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Wall Street Journal
French Minister Urges Softening Austerity
France's Economy Minister on Thursday announced a EUR6 billion plan to stoke domestic demand and calm Socialist-Party ranks unhappy with President FranA ois Hollande's focus to date on deficit reduction.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
The Israel Lobby and French Politics
Jeffrey St. Clair on Hillary Clinton's miraculous rags-to-riches method of financial success; LA CONFIDENTIAL: Lee Ballinger on race, violence and inequality in Los Angeles; PAPER DRAGON: Peter Lee on China's military; THE BATTLE OVER PAT TILLMAN: David Hoelscher provides a 10 year retrospective on the changing legacy of Pat Tillman; MY BROTHER AND ... (more)
Thu Jul 03, 2014
The Washington Post
Zakaria: Fareed Zakaria: Identity, not ideology, is moving the world
Fareed Zakaria writes a foreign affairs column for The Post. He is also the host of CNN's Fareed Zakaria GPS and editor at large of Time magazine.
Government denies meddling in Sarkozy case
Paris - France's Socialist government on Thursday rejected claims it was using the justice system for political ends after ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy accused his enemies of being behind corruption charges.
Tue Jul 01, 2014
Schulz back, parliamentary reconstitution continues
Martin Schulz was today elected for a second term as European Parliament President but nominations for other top jobs will keep new and re-elected MEPs busy this week.