Benoît Hamon defeats the former prime minister, Manuel Valls, in the presidential primary’s second voting round.
If there’s one thing Jeremy Corbyn, Bernie Sanders and Benoît Hamon have in common, it’s their inability to win elections.
A policy of “America First” would leave everybody worse off, except maybe China, Iran and Russia.
Should they push for a second independence referendum now or wait for the economy to get worse?
A twenty-year-old deal with a drug lord claims the career of the Netherlands’ second justice minister in a row.
Igor Dodon pretends to be at odds with Moldova’s pro-European leaders, but they are allies where it really matters.
Justices demand changes in the electoral law, clearing the way for a switch back to proportional representation.
The Dutch liberal party leader isn’t taking his cue from Donald Trump. That’s exactly the politics he’s fighting against.
Nigeria couldn’t allow Yahya Jammeh to cling to power in the Gambia and used ECOWAS to push him out.
The alliance between Cuba and Venezuela has weakened in recent years. Donald Trump could inadvertently restore it.
The future of the Sino-American relationship could hinge on how the new president treats Europe and Russia.
The Labor Party leader rallies left-wing parties behind a program to protect workers’ rights.