Anything short of a victory and the Conservatives would start looking for a new leader.
With Western-backed forces closing in on Mosul and Raqqa, Syria’s dictator can take advantage of the Islamic State’s weakness.
Parties hope the elder statesman Herman Tjeenk Willink can succeed where Edith Schippers did not.
German voting rules could pave the way for a grand coalition to keep the Five Star Movement out of power.
It depends on whether you think the election of Donald Trump was an aberration or not.
There is room for cooperation, although closer relations between Japan and NATO could antagonize China.
Hint: It’s not because the far-left movement is suddenly in favor of Catalan independence.
Labour has gone up in the polls, but it still has a long way to go to regain the trust of Middle England.
On at least three occasions did the president’s underlings propose to bypass the American national security apparatus.
Barack Obama also felt the Germans relied too much on selling goods to other countries.
The Filipino leader’s war on drugs is starting to look like a pretext for keeping himself in power.
The American reminds his allies of their military spending commitments at the dedication of a 9/11 monument.