A radicalized Geert Wilders shuns the debate with other parties, who accuse him of hiding behind slogans.
There could be a left-wing government in the Netherlands if centrist parties are willing to make the necessary compromises.
Odd alliances emerge at an election debate, revealing that the political divide is shifting away from left versus right.
The Labor Party refuses to rule out a collaboration with the right. The Greens may regret demanding such a pledge.
The next coalition government in the Netherlands will be hard pressed to further liberalize the labor market.
Dutch nationalist party leader Geert Wilders withdraws from a debate after its organizers interview his brother.
Parties come and go, but the Dutch mainstream always finds a way to keep policy more or less on track.
The liberals would boost employment and growth; left-wing parties would protect pensioners and welfare.
Culture-war issues help Mark Rutte’s competitors. He wins by making the election about the economy.
The Netherlands’ outer provinces aren’t destitute, but they do feel left behind compared to the center.
A twenty-year-old deal with a drug lord claims the career of the Netherlands’ second justice minister in a row.
The Dutch liberal party leader isn’t taking his cue from Donald Trump. That’s exactly the politics he’s fighting against.