Lawmakers open a probe into Hungary’s democracy. Ministers admonish Poland for attacking the courts.
The new president elevates centrists from the two major parties who supported him in the election.
Berating allies? Firing the director of the FBI? Sharing classified information with the Russians? When will enough be enough?
Negotiations to form a coalition government with the Green party break down. What happens next?
The Social Democratic Party leader is liked by cosmopolitan and working-class voters. But they don’t actually vote for him.
Turkey hoped Donald Trump would be less supportive of the Kurds than Barack Obama. It doesn’t look like it.
Both the Republicans and Socialists are divided three ways. Many lawmakers do not even seek reelection.
A stagnating economy and war in Yemen exacerbate the tension between conservative and reform-minded Saudis.
When Labour proposed to freeze energy rates, the Conservatives thought it was crazy. Now they argue for the same.
The firing of FBI director James Comey shows how Donald Trump’s authoritarianism and incompetence go hand in hand.
Most Conservative voters believe Theresa May when she accuses the EU of interfering in the British election.
That would mean emphasizing social, as opposed to economic, issues and learning to leave with the EU.