Eleven percent of UK Jews reported that they considered leaving their home country following the January 2015 Paris attacks. Statistics aside, without a Brexit of anti-Jewish attitudes in the UK, lovers of Zion are right to ask if there is any place for them in their native country's future.
Aniebietabasi Ekong, known to the Internet as baddieani, is a whole new breed of artist, the kind that that could only exist in the Internet Age.
Next year marks the European union's sixtieth anniversary of the signing of the Treaty of Rome, the EU founding, what will it bring? We feel strongly that the European Union will stay strong as it has in the past, but realize that Brexit is a big scar that will remain.
The world has already changed and the egg can't be unscrambled. Because of the pervasive spread of the Internet and the worldwide web every nation, every community, every individual is tied together and our interdependence is unalterable.
The pattern is clear enough. Handguns are very dangerous for the police and the public alike but what to do with this evidence is a lot trickier.
By Elizabeth Boggs Davidsen
Elizabeth Boggs Davidsen is acting chief of...
A study in Environmental Research Letters suggests a fifth of premature deaths during a 2003 heatwave in Europe are linked to human-caused climate cha...
The just published Chilcot Inquiry into Britain's decision to enter the Iraq war of 2003 offers a stark warning about the dangers of ignoring experts.
One camp believes that as the UK retreats within its domestic borders, there will be a flight of capital to larger safe-haven economies, driving down the British sterling, and thereby increasing the cost of imports.
While it would certainly be premature to predict the disintegration of the European Union at this point, the United Kingdom's recent departure from the bloc via "Brexit" referendum certainly casts a dark shadow over the continent's political future.
Today, the Earth got a little hotter, and a little more crowded.
LONDON -- The least bad option will require the U.K.'s new prime minister to accept the free movement of people -- precisely the opposite of the referendum result.
Think of it as the "Brexit wake-up call." It was certainly not an intelligent way to remake the European Project on the fly, leaving great risks in its wake. But there remains the potential for a flourishing Great Britain of the future.
The EU emerged as an ambitious, yet modest, enterprise in 1957. Just six nations -- Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg and the Netherlands -...
We humans invented numbers and mathematics to understand our world (initially physical and later social), and to improve our lives. But to make good use of that powerful, valuable gift from our forbearers, we need to remember that numbers are there to serve us, not the other way round. Numbers are just tools. We are the ones with the capacity to make decisions.
In a shock move by the barely functioning UK government, it was announced today that those who voted Remain in the recent EU referendum are to be issued with official I told you so cards.