The left’s president may be unpopular but the one candidate who could do better is despised by his own party.
Belgian farmers are expected to start protests of their own while the Dutch and Germans complain about France’s policy.
As an election that could see Catalonia seceding from Spain nears, voters are thinking twice about the risks.
The sort of political union Italy seeks in the eurozone is closer to France’s vision than Germany’s.
Greek lawmakers approve measures demanded in return for financial aid but many leftwingers rebel.
Americans should stop comparing European integration with their own process of nationbuilding.
The commission would have to overlook Italy’s budget transgressions, once again, if it cuts €35 billion in taxes.
Sweden fears deeper integration in the eurozone could see other countries reduced to “second-class members.”
Bernd Lucke splits the German Euroskeptic movement, potentially to the benefit of the ruling conservatives.
Parliaments in the eurozone agree to another bailout for Greece but are growing more skeptical.
If the last seventy years are any indication, Germany will continue to lead Europe with caution and deference.
Voters in Finland, Germany and the Netherlands are more inclined to let Greece leave the euro than save it again.