Aruba drafts a comprehensive reform plan while politicians on Curaçao play games.
Small Regions and States
3.5 million Americans have no federal representation. They could give Democrats a majority in the Senate.
The Dutch government insists on long-term reforms, supervised by a Dutch panel.
Demonstrators forced their way into the government palace and looted stores.
Public-sector cuts are long overdue.
Josep Borrell’s demand for “clarity” looks like political theater to fend off right-wing criticism at home.
The People’s Party said it wouldn’t use Brexit to push for a deal on Gibraltar. Now it blames the government for failing to do just that.
The Dutch islands in the Caribbean process between a quarter and a third of Venezuela’s oil exports.
Italy’s German speakers welcome a closer relationship with Austria but reject secession — for now.
A proposal to split Catalonia’s cities from its more separatist hinterland does little to heal divisions.