The one-term senator from Florida does not have a natural constituency and seems ill-prepared for national politics.
Greece can’t expect to go back on its word but continue to get financial help from the rest of Europe.
The former secretary of state finally declares her candidacy for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination.
Having barely made an effort to shrink the state, Italy’s reformist premier starts talking about stimulus.
The Greek prime minister wins little more than symbolic support from Russia but leaves the door open for more.
Marine Le Pen breaks with her father after he accuses her of betraying the principles of the party he founded.
The United States promise to expedite weapons deliveries to allies fighting against Iranian-backed rebels in Yemen.
Neither of Finland’s two largest ruling parties wants to go into coalition with the other again.
Kentucky’s senator could have a real impact on the Republican primary election and split the anti-establishment vote.
Neither Kiev nor the separatists are in a position to decisively end the war in Ukraine’s Donbas region.
Iran’s president says he hopes a nuclear agreement will lead to broader rapprochement with the West.
Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi’s last stronghold seems on the verge of falling into Houthi rebel hands.