Having rejected its demogogues just a few years ago, the region is now poised to welcome them back.
A new global survey finds that right-of-center ideology and education affect support for democracy.
With the two party system coming apart, the United States ought to take its cues from Europe.
Angela Merkel’s final term was supposed to revive the EU. Now it might condemn the continent to permanent crisis.
But that could actually be a good thing, ending “too much consensus.”
The German chancellor has spent 12 years fending off, deterring, and patching up. But in her last term, can she build anything lasting?
Germany’s far-right is saying out loud what Angela Merkel’s party has always quietly believed: that Christian culture depends on Christian demographics.
The answer to the violence in Charlottesville isn't to outlaw white supremacy.
Are we entering a redux of the dangerous 1930s or the geopolitical malaise of the 1970s?
The Turkish president has brutally cleansed ranks and is building a new army with some strange bedfellows.
But the president left the door open on reviewing the Paris climate accord.
The Soros posters are part of an ongoing battle over Hungary’s political future.
France's new president is betting that he can bring disaffected voters back into the liberal fold by combining openness with economic growth. What if he just makes them even angrier?