A puff piece about Portugal’s left-wing government glosses over the accomplishments of its right-wing predecessor.
Fox News is freaking out. Catalonia sues a Spanish judge. Portugal may not be a role model for social democrats.
Right-wing media widen the generational gap in the United States. Labour tests the loyalty of Brexit-wary Conservatives.
The Frenchman has lifted liberal spirits, but he did not singlehandedly defeat the nativist insurgency.
A breakthrough in coalition talks in Germany repudiates those who said the country was facing a political crisis.
Attempts to force journalists to be “neutral” are misguided and getting out of hand.
American and British reporters immediately reach for comparisons with Brexit and Donald Trump.
Yes, Russia tried to exacerbate the crisis, but it didn’t create Catalan separatism.
They managed two referendums in three years. Why can’t the Spanish let the Catalans vote?
Most of the French media call on Catalan and Spanish leaders to work out a compromise.