Thanks to the feverish coverage of the European debt crisis, we know that Germany is the economic engine that’s kept the Eurozone afloat. The Germans attribute their success in large part to their dual education system.
Eurozone finance ministers and economists from around the world now argue over the best solution to Greece’s spiraling economic crisis. Some want more rigorous austerity measures, while others believe Greece should default on its debt and abandon the Euro.
Christine Lagarde's determination as a negotiator and experience working on the euro zone debt crisis are likely to ensure she settles smoothly into leadership of the International Monetary Fund,as the global lender faces some of the toughest economic challenges in its history.Her charisma and the e
Editor's Note: Worldview film contributor Milos Stehlik is in Cannes, France for the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. He'll be blogging for us throughout the duration of the event. Here's his first post, "Informal observations on the state of France a day before the Cannes F
Ratko Mladic—thought to be the mastermind of the Srebrenica massacre in 1995—is still on the run. Many suspect he’s hiding in Belgrade. Despite those concerns, the European Union has decided to proceed with Serbia’s membership talks.