Two of the Dutch prime minister’s potential successors signal they will not challenge him for a third term.
Europe is running out of time to save its system of border-free travel, Mark Rutte warns.
Europe’s passport-free Schengen Area could be at risk if members fail to control the influx of people.
Mark Rutte’s ability to emerge unscathed from bad poll numbers and scandals is starting to wear thin.
Conservatives in Britain, Germany and the Netherlands recognize the need for European Union reform.
Conservatives accuse the prime minister of avoiding necessary budget adjustments.
The Italian and Dutch prime minister argue it is “crucial” to expand trade between America and Europe.
Opposition parties in the two countries have little faith in the latest agreement with Greece.
The liberal party leader beats his Labor opponent in an extremely right race.
The two northern European countries reject the possibility of a third Greek bailout.