Changing party coalitions owe as much to demographics as to the choices Democrats and Republicans make.
Franklin Roosevelt’s speechwriter saw unity as a way to keep the English-speaking world free of totalitarianism.
François Fillon’s nomination guarantees that the next French president will be more Russia-friendly.
Republican voters pick François Fillon over Alain Juppé to lead their party into next year’s election.
Middle-income voters in small-town France have lost patience after five years of feckless socialism.
What little we know about the president-elect’s plans for the region does not inspire much confidence.
In Britain and the United States, people rebelled against the preferences of college-educated, city elites.
Nationalists in Europe see a kindred spirit in the American president-elect, but they shouldn’t expect any favors from him.
In pursuit of centrist voters, the German chancellor must take care to protect her right flank.
The cost of Britain’s exit from the European Union doesn’t leave much extra for those who are “just about managing”.
Benjamin Netanyahu and Viktor Orbán could tell us something about the way Donald Trump will govern.
A Finnish defeat in the 1940 Winter War might have allowed the Soviets to push deeper into Europe.