Thinking of emulating Audrey Hepburn in the 1953 romantic comedy 'Roman Holiday' by eating a gelato on the Spanish Steps? Think again. It could prove to be a very expensive ice cream.
If Europe doesn’t get its act together on the debt crisis, prosperity will suffer and dangerous political fragmentation will set in. But if Europe succeeds in converging toward Germany's standards, what becomes of the convivial cultures of the south – Italy, Spain, and Greece?
A new book argues that people would write better if they connected better with their true 'mother tongue': spoken language.
The consequences of Europe's economic downturn are being acutely felt by young adults in terms of high unemployment and crippling debt.