Oct 28, 2013 The BBC's Tom Burridge takes the temperature of Spaniards in Madrid over allegations of NSA call-monitoring.
Oct 17, 2013 There’s a better than average chance that the government could shut down again in a few months if Congress can’t come to an agreement. That uncertainty is a problem for everyone from contractors to the entire US economy.
Oct 4, 2013 For personal purposes, there is a difference between 'good debt' and 'bad debt' -- but can the government make the same distinction?
Oct 4, 2013 On Friday, Ireland is voting to abolish one of the houses of the country's parliament. Supporters say the move is a cost-cutting measure as well.
Oct 1, 2013 Spain is hoping a little time travel will help its economic woes, but will it work?
Oct 1, 2013 Japan is hiking its national sales tax, from 5 percent all the way to 8 percent.
Rowan Moore Gerety
Sep 6, 2013 Does a bidding country’s economy factor into whether it gets to host the Olympic games?
Aug 22, 2013 Things may be better in Europe than we thought.
Aug 13, 2013 Three-hundred-year-old resentments over a British colony play into Spain's new restrictions on Gibraltar.