It’s not that the Republican’s supporters are worse off; it’s that their lives haven’t improved in a long time.
On immigration and trade, anti-Trump Republicans have more in common with the other party than their own.
To suggest Europe can stem the influx of migrants by dropping bombs in Libya and Syria is reckless.
The Danes channel anti-immigrant sentiment through the political process and are honest about the challenges.
Turkey threatens to stop readmitting refugees unless Europe lifts visa requirements for Turkish nationals.
By maintaining border controls on the southern border, the German leaders keeps her Bavarian allies happy.
The migrant crisis is overshadowing Sweden’s economic success, to the exasperation of its prime minister.
Swapping refugees will be no simple feat, but what else can the European Union try to do?
Managers blame the rise of the anti-immigrant right on Chancellor Angela Merkel’s open-door policy.
A proposal to swap migrants between Europe and Turkey would be impractical, divisive — and perhaps illegal.
Russia is worsening the refugee crisis out of Syria in order to break Europe’s political will.
The Danes show that liberal values and opposition to mass immigration can go hand in hand.