British Gibraltarians Still Fending Off ‘Spanish Armada’ By Paul Ames
A fishing dispute between Spain and tiny Gibraltar has revived a centuries-old patriotic fervor.
Will PRISM Be The End Of Europeans’ Love Affair With Obama? By Paul Ames
Washington's PRISM spy scandal dents Barack Obama's image ahead of his Europe trip.
Fear Of A Black Europe: Racism Rises On The Old Continent By Paul Ames
The economic crisis in Europe sparked the rise of the Nazi-inspired Golden Dawn party in Greece, where minorities are blamed for stealing jobs.
Tax Haven No Longer? Luxembourg Resists Change To Lax Regulations By Paul Ames
Pressure mounts on Europe's richest country as campaign against tax evasion heats up.
Cyprus: Another Fine Mess By Paul Ames