Disunity on the French left is handing the election to the right. Italy’s Democrats must not make the same mistake.
If nameless bureaucrats and spies don’t rein in the president, who will?
China shares an interest with Europe in an open world economy, but it doesn’t always like the openness to go both ways.
Dutch nationalist party leader Geert Wilders withdraws from a debate after its organizers interview his brother.
Non-euro states would feel left out in a two-speed Europe, but integration at multiple speeds has its own challenges.
A left-wing unity ticket could prevent François Fillon or Emmanuel Macron from qualifying for the presidential runoff.
Parties come and go, but the Dutch mainstream always finds a way to keep policy more or less on track.
Haven’t paid attention to Greece lately? Here is everything you need to know.
The president blames the news media, but the real reason is that Russia and the United States have divergent interests.
Syria could become a patchwork of Russian, Turkish and American-backed enclaves.
The liberals would boost employment and growth; left-wing parties would protect pensioners and welfare.
Donald Trump’s defense chief warns that America might take a step back unless its allies spend more.