Stefan Theil asks if the unhappy marriage between rich and poor countries in Europe can be saved.
Stefan Theil is Newsweek’s Berlin bureau chief and covers European politics, business, and economics. He has reported from more than 20 countries and written for Foreign Policy, the Financial Times, The New Republic, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, and Die Welt.
Europe’s leaders attending the economic summit in Brussels don’t lack for problems—what they need are long-lasting solutions.
Climate change is leading to the re-greening of the world’s most inhospitable deserts.
The EU should look to U.S. federalism, where the debt problems of a state never threaten to break up the whole.
As Stefan Theil writes, Europe is in even worse shape than the U.S.
Anders Breivik won’t get the death penalty—or even life in jail. But Norwegians are unlikely to complain.
Stefan Theil writes that the European financial crisis could affect the U.S.
Jittery investors are concerned that Italy may not be able to pay off its debt. Stefan Theil reports.
The inside story of how a gay-rights activist nearly persuaded the World Soccer Federation to clean up its act and denounce heterosexist bigotry.
Leaked reports question the competence of the German army.