To screams of protest from Europe, George W. Bush slaps staggering tariffs on its steel. Can free trade survive domestic U.S. politics?
The not so free market
An influx of aggressive cocaine dealers is testing tolerance in Lausanne
The U.S. is gearing up to lead a fight against Iraq, but the Europeans may not be willing to follow
Exiled billionaire Boris Berezovsky says the 1999 apartment bombings were the Kremlin's work
An anti-immigration message prevails in municipal elections. Is the famed Dutch tolerance finished?
The Sudeten question is still causing trouble in Central Europe
Turin giant thinks the unthinkable
As five Caspian states agree to jointly manage their sturgeon stocks, the caviar trade gets a green light
The ancient and the modern combine in a lively mix in the Alsatian capital
Fresh look for controversial architect
New play overshoots the mark on Haughey
Cool and Crazy, a "documusical" from Norway, delivers warmth and humor and steals hearts
Amnesty International head Irene Khan wants to expand the organization's focus to include economic and social rights
The week's news in review