No dirt on Clinton, a passing mention of adoptions, and a lot on Bill Browder and the Magnitsky Act.
Is Prague about to toss out liberal values? It’s complicated.
Elections cost too much, the government says. But the years-long delay is more likely a power grab.
With the two party system coming apart, the United States ought to take its cues from Europe.
In Iraq’s multi-ethnic city of Kirkuk, this week’s referendum has sparked celebration — and serious discontent.
Angela Merkel’s final term was supposed to revive the EU. Now it might condemn the continent to permanent crisis.
Those who were hoping for a new wave of German leadership will be left waiting.
But that could actually be a good thing, ending “too much consensus.”
How Alice Weidel manages to be a globalist and nativist at the same time.
The chancellor's response to the refugee crisis was going to be her downfall. Then Germany's welfare state kicked in.
The Czech Republic launched the continent’s first center to combat fake news in January. It might not survive the year.
Half of Europe’s asylum seekers in the last two years were still awaiting word on whether they could stay at the end of 2016.