Russia says it no longer wants the warships France is refusing to deliver because of the situation in Ukraine.
It is doubtful the Netherlands’ Mark Rutte can push through tax reform without a majority in the Senate.
Brazil’s economy is going down yet national politics is more dysfunctional than it has been in years.
Disillusioned Spanish voters give the far left and a formerly small liberal party from Catalonia the benefit of the doubt.
Poland’s incumbent president is unexpectedly defeated in what is a setback for the ruling Civic Platform party.
Germany wants to link its own desire for deeper eurozone integration with Britain’s call for less closer union.
Old conservatives won’t be around forever but voters everywhere get more conservative as they grow older.
Nigel Farage is the face of the UKIP but some fear he is turning the party into a personality cult.
European countries will go after people smugglers in the Mediterranean but hesitate to take in more asylum seekers.
The invasion of Iraq was informed by bad choices that Republicans need to come to terms with.
The fall of Ramadi to the Islamic State marks the biggest setback for Iraq’s central government since the group took Mosul.
France’s ruling Socialist Party is unlikely to try more economic reform before the next presidential election.