The French leftist’s views are much more extreme than the American’s.
Leadership battles continue to mar the nationalist party while the abating refugee crisis has taken the wind out of its sails.
The prime minister calls for an early election despite earlier rejecting the need for one.
Jean-Luc Mélenchon climbs in the polls at the expense of the mainstream Socialist Party.
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has already made Turkey into an autocratic state. Now he wants even more power.
Any deal with Mariano Rajoy would be unpopular in Catalonia, but voting against him could be unpopular nationwide.
A look at the policies of the five presidential candidates in France reveals that left-right divisions have become less relevant.
International pressure on Venezuela is mounting as the country’s strongman, Nicolás Maduro, clamps down.
Trump counseled his predecessor against intervening in Syria only to later criticize him for not intervening in Syria.
The next French president could have a hard time governing without a majority in the National Assembly.
The president’s agenda is as vast as his political acumen is lacking. This is a recipe for disaster.
Stefan Löfven tries to do what his counterparts in the Netherlands could not: win back voters from the far right.