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Trump's Trade War Is Already Unpopular. New Tariffs on Scotch Whisky, Italian Pasta, and French Cheese Won't Help.
Even a majority of Republicans now tell pollsters that the trade war is costing Americans, and there's no easy justification for targeting European cultural goods.
Us vs. Them author Ian Bremmer says that worldwide populism is a response from people who are being left behind economically.
Assassin's Creed Unity included a surprisingly accurate digital replica of the famous cathedral.
Borders offer a wonderful opportunity to evade high taxes and restrictive rules.
Plus: Google CEO to get grilled today on bias and tobacco farmers are finding new profits in hemp.
Anti-hate speech laws have gone too far.
Her statements may have been offensive. But that doesn't mean she shouldn't have a right to make them.
Johan Norberg's new documentary shows how the Nordic nation traded stagnant socialism for a modern mixed economy
A mixed bag in Spain.
If anything, it will make independence more attractive.
Homegrown or foreign, Antifa is a major challenge to the liberty we cherish.
Both Trump and his mainstream critics are wrong about NATO.
Donald Trump blunders his way into a healthy trans-Atlantic development.
Discussions of GOP spending, police abuse narratives, and the French elections, with guest James Kirchick
James Kirchick, author of The End of Europe: Dictators, Demagogues, and the Coming Dark Age, warns that American freedom is threatened by the loss of liberalism abroad.
Muhammad cartoon publisher Flemming Rose talks about immigration, free speech, and toleration.
The Eurocentric paradox at the heart of American nationalism
Visa Waiver Program faces an uncertain future, though your summer vacation plans are almost certainly safe
"I am not willing to sacrifice freedom of expression on the altar of cultural diversity."
The "sovereign state" is hopeful President Trump will offer "silent support" for international recognition.
Anti-Trumpers Hyperventilate Over Nothingburger Story About U.S. Ambassadors Leaving After Inauguration Day
New York Times is very anxious about maybe 10 rich families being inconvenienced in a way military brats experience constantly.
Amid European calls for speech crackdown, social media companies introduce tool for easier deletions.
Based on everything seen on the campaign trail, no it doesn't.
Post-coup crackdown now hits one of Turkey's last remaining opposition news outlets.
In Europe, Terrorists Arm Themselves on the Black Market While Populists Champion Self-Defense Rights
Forget stories of restrictive laws; predators have easy access to weapons, but honest people can get into trouble for defending themselves.
Reptiles, insects, shit flowing from the busted sewer of bad ideas-this is how the media elite views the minds and actions of Brexit voters.
The tech companies agree to review hate-speech notifications within 24 hours and report on their efforts to the E.U.'s "High Level Group on Combating Racism, Xenophobia and all forms of intolerance by the end of 2016."
Several nations within the union require sterilization before gender-change recognition.
The strangling of free, open commentary on Islam in Europe has had an impact that is as predictable as it is dire.
And grasp of elementary economy logic
Reform its restrictive labor laws
Europe can afford to defend itself.
French prime minister says: "We are at war."
Terrorism In Europe is Less Common and Less Deadly Than in the Recent Past—And Doesn't Justify Expanded Repressive Surveillance
International security researcher: "Western Europe is safer now than it has been for decades and is far safer than most other parts of the world."