Unlike most, conservative leaders in Austria and the United Kingdom can afford to appease reactionary voters.
Labor is reluctant to govern after it lost the election, but it now holds the key to forming a majority government.
The party has a plan to help middle-income voters, but it tries to sell it as an agenda for social justice.
In their quest for independence, Scotland’s nationalists have shied away from reforms in education and health care.
European military integration would augment NATO and signal European, in the absence of American, resolve.
The reelected Spanish Socialist Party leader promises to be more disruptive this time around.
The former leader of the Spanish Socialist Party avenges himself against the woman who led a coup against him.
Politicians enter into talks they know will probably fail in order to make the next step acceptable to their voters.
A yearning for independence brought left- and right-wing parties together. It may not be enough to sustain their union.
Lawmakers open a probe into Hungary’s democracy. Ministers admonish Poland for attacking the courts.
The new president elevates centrists from the two major parties who supported him in the election.
Negotiations to form a coalition government with the Green party break down. What happens next?