Rather than accept the possibility of compromise, Spain’s anti-establishment movement sticks to its far-left guns.
The Dutch right’s failed collaboration with the Freedom Party may be a warning to conservatives elsewhere.
France has a chance to breathe new life into the liberal world order America and Britain have turned their backs on.
Spain’s two left-wing parties need to ask themselves if they are serious about getting into power.
A quarter of Americans would like the president to be able to singlehandedly overrule the courts.
Culture-war issues help Mark Rutte’s competitors. He wins by making the election about the economy.
Urban Romanians demand an end to a system of rural patronage that has been in place for more than a century.
The Netherlands’ outer provinces aren’t destitute, but they do feel left behind compared to the center.
The liberals have been winning local elections by casting themselves as the only pro-EU party and an alternative to Labour.
Martin Schulz has pushed Germany’s Social Democrats up in the polls, but another grand coalition is still likely.
A sense of normalcy is returning in liberated Eastern Mosul. In Western Mosul, the Islamic State still rules.
If Dubai and Singapore stop existing, it will mean a return to a more violent and dangerous world.