Key members of Trump administration hold widely divergent views on the threat posed by radical Islam — and on the nature of Islam itself.
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A chronological review of some of the main stories about Islam and Islamism in America during the second quarter of 2015.
A chronological review of some of the main stories about Islam and Islamism in America during the first quarter of 2015.
A selection of quotes and commentary about the consequences of untrammeled immigration to Europe from the Muslim world.
The threat to Europe and the United States from Islamic terrorism is serious and growing, and new attacks with unexpected targets and timings are increasingly likely, according to two new reports.
The Czech government has approved a new project aimed at promoting Islam in public elementary and secondary schools across the country.
The European Union has offered to host the next meeting of the so-called Istanbul Process, an aggressive effort by Muslim countries to make it an international crime to criticize Islam.
The leaders of the 28 member states of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) meet in Lisbon, Portugal on November 19-20 to chart the future course of the transatlantic military alliance. The gathering in Lisbon is being billed as one of the most important summits in the history of the alliance.
Spanish Prime Minister José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero’s second term in office has not been a happy affair for Spain. With his poll numbers now at an all-time low, Zapatero is hoping that his October 13 visit to the White House will reverse his foundering political fortunes.
European newspapers have reacted to Barack Obama’s Nobel Peace Prize with a mixture of incredulity and scepticism. Almost without exception, newspapers across the continent (and political spectrum) are saying the award to Obama is premature and undeserved.
A brief selection of European news stories that typify what seems to be a general trend toward a return to more negative reporting about America, its people and its president.