Far-right or not, the Italian deputy prime minister’s social media presence has made him one of the most popular politicians in Italy.
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Brussels is standing tough, but moderates like Theresa May are gradually being pushed out of power in Europe.
It’s time for Brussels to grab the wheel in the game of chicken over Rome’s budget.
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The president’s latest trip was a disaster—but not because he acted like a boorish bully.
No one wants to enter a coalition with the Sweden Democrats, so the country is resorting to desperate and untested measures to form a new government.
It’s entirely fitting that Poland is celebrating its independence with a far-right nationalist parade.
There’s no good reason to pull Marshal Philippe Pétain from the dustbin of history.
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Privatization and automation have left global shipping fatally exposed.