The country’s snap election on April 28, its third in five years, may just be the prelude to another down the line.
A national catastrophe is ruining the French president’s plans for a revival.
From Poland to Iceland, citizens’ groups are taking matters into their own hands and bringing about genuine political change from outside the party system.
Ukraine’s Azov movement is hostile to Russia, friendly to neo-Nazis, and inspired by France’s new right. It’s not running in Ukraine’s presidential elections because it plans to win power by playing a long game.
Europe’s top economies are trying to take on China and the United States by resurrecting industrial policy. Brussels is not happy.
A glitz and glam song competition turns political.
Brussels’ sprawling, confusing architecture matches the institution it houses.
In this month’s election, the choice could boil down to a government influenced by a xenophobic party or one under constant threats by separatists.
The Trump administration claims progress in signing up European allies in the fight against Beijing.
Attempts to blame Russia for the EU’s mess will only get in the way of addressing the union’s real problems.
With support for Brexit eroding, EU leaders hope the long postponement will kill the plan for good.