No one except the president of the European Commission is interested in militarizing the EU.
The next party realignment could see Democrats become more pro-market than Republicans.
Journalists can’t seem to help themselves but imagine ways in which Hillary Clinton might lose.
It’s not that the French strike more than other Westerners. It’s that when they do, they are louder and adamant.
While the opposition demands a presidential recall, Nicolás Maduro declares a state of emergency.
Turkey threatens to stop readmitting refugees unless Europe lifts visa requirements for Turkish nationals.
Mariano Rajoy hopes to win back power by framing the election as a choice between himself and the far left.
Russia’s dimming economic prospects and domineering behavior make China an attractive alternative.
Austrians used the relatively inconsequential presidential contest to signal their intentions for 2018.