The mainstream rights emerges the clear winner from local elections in France. Marine Le Pen underperforms.
The conservative party leader seeks to defeat the far right but could end up alienating moderate voters.
The Greek prime minister promises policy changes in order to qualify for continued financial support.
Early provincial election results show the Dutch ruling parties losing their majority in the Senate.
The Netherlands’ ruling parties are likely to lose their majority in the Senate on Wednesday.
America has reason to complain but it cannot expect its European allies to fall in line every time.
Hungary disputes reports that European regulators are blocking its nuclear fuel supply deal with Russia.
Sweden will finance expanded submarine operations and a permanent military presence on the island of Gotland.
The Dutch and Germans worry that “easy money” will discourage less competitive countries from reforming.
Mark Rutte’s ability to emerge unscathed from bad poll numbers and scandals is starting to wear thin.
Greece’s attempts to extort its Northern European creditor states is testing their patience to the limit.
The political right is divided and Italians are altogether tired of the almost eighty-year old former premier.