After what Ulrike Guérot said was a 300-year failed experiment of Europe’s nation-states, her vision for a European Republic is “under construction.”
Guest Column by Ulrike Guérot I am writing these lines during the eight hours of my flight to the United States. I…
The “story of the euro” is equal parts Agatha Christie, Raymond Chandler, the Brothers Grimm and Shakespeare, said David Marsh, managing director of the Official Monetary and Financial Institutions Forum.
In a week dedicated to defining Europe, financial specialist David Marsh believes the way of interpreting Europe in a globalized political economy is less clear than ever before.
New York Times columnist Roger Cohen calls the European Union “the dullest miracle on earth.” The question it faces today, he said, is can it be preserved?
A year-and-a-half ago, National Geographic commissioned Anand Varma to investigate the disappearance of honeybees. To conduct his research, Varma didn’t just document bees. With the help of a local beekeeper, he started raising them in his backyard.
“The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration”, is a book Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author Isabel Wilkerson spent 15 years working to bring to life.
There are moments in American history that everyone knows from their textbooks like the Revolutionary War or the Civil Rights…
When author Erik Larson began his lecture Wednesday, he had to step carefully lest he reveal the ending to his book, this year’s Chautauqua Literary and Scientific Circle selection Dead Wake: The Last Crossing of the Lusitania.
When the word “evangelist” is thrown around, it is often first associated with religion and, more specifically, Christianity. Vinton “Vint” Cerf, the vice president and chief Internet evangelist of Google Inc., redefines the term.