By breaking away from their party, rebel Democrats risk splitting the left-wing vote in the Five Star Movement’s favor.
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 presidential candidate argues that France cannot expect German support for investments unless it reforms.
The next coalition government in the Netherlands will be hard pressed to further liberalize the labor market.
If François Bayrou’s supporters all switch to Emmanuel Macron, the latter would almost certainly qualify for the runoff.
After years of ignoring Catalan demands, Spain’s conservative prime minister is finally willing to sit down and talk.
Germans by and large approve of Angela Merkel’s job performance, but they are ready for somebody else to take over.
Disunity on the French left is handing the election to the right. Italy’s Democrats must not make the same mistake.
China shares an interest with Europe in an open world economy, but it doesn’t always like the openness to go both ways.
Dutch nationalist party leader Geert Wilders withdraws from a debate after its organizers interview his brother.
Non-euro states would feel left out in a two-speed Europe, but integration at multiple speeds has its own challenges.