Nicolas Sarkozy calls for sweeping treaty changes while Alain Juppé argues for more of the same.
Jeremy Corbyn offends Jews by saying they are no more responsible for Israel than Muslims are for fanatics.
You can only change your mind so many times before people start to see you for the political opportunist you are.
Poland’s Law and Justice party can’t let historical grievances stand in the way of an alliance with Germany.
If Jeremy Corbyn digs in, chances of Labour’s center teaming up with the Liberal Democrats could rise.
The Spanish leader worries about setting a precedent that would encourage the separatists in Catalonia.
Germany’s Social Democrats are hoping accommodation will moderate Russia’s behavior. They’re wrong.
Britain’s vote to leave the European Union is one example of a resurgent national yearning across the West.
The four Central European member states recognize that Britain’s exit should give the bloc pause.
If Britain wants a good trade deal, the way to go about it is not to insult and threaten the rest of Europe.
The fear in the Netherlands is that Britain’s exit will encourage those clamoring for more Europe, not less.
Those parts of the United Kingdom that voted to remain in the EU are not quite ready to accept the result.