Neither Turkey nor the United States will panic if Aleppo falls. Saudi Arabia, on the other hand, might.
The German leader was never a multiculturalist and must guard her right flank ahead of next year’s election.
Not until the end of the Cold War did Germany accept the loss of East Prussia, Eastern Pomerania and Silesia.
Angelino Alfano, head of the junior ruling party, suggests snap elections could be held in February.
Austria’s presidential election revealed the same divides we saw in America. How do we heal those divisions?
The Italian prime minister resigns after voters reject the constitutional changes he had put to a referendum.
Openness and pro-European sentiment can win, but only by mobilizing the whole center and left.
Analysis and commentary from the Atlantic Sentinel about two pivotal elections in Europe.
Defeating populists and nationalists is going to require a full-throated defense of liberal ideas.
Spain’s two major parties agree on a budget plan for 2017 that raises both taxes and the minimum wage.
François Hollande’s prime minister is the only one who could give the French Socialists a chance in next year’s election.
The Cuban leader’s main geopolitical accomplishment was keeping the island free of American domination.
The EU proposes to fund defense research while Belgium and the Netherlands pool the acquisition of new ships.