The French president is looking toward the future—but his country feels left behind.
Everything from food to oil depends on underpaid and overworked drivers.
In a country where even the anti-corruption prosecutors abuse their power, it's hard to say who the good guys are.
As the European Union takes long overdue measures to punish the Hungarian regime, the prime minister appears to be moving from rhetorical to real repression.
A referendum could decide whether the country will change its name to gain entrance. But those prizes have lost their shine.
Italian populism is still fueled by corruption scandals that are over two decades old.
The European Parliament needs to start condemning Orban for the right reasons.
An election fought on the Sweden Democrats’ terms leaves the far-right party in control of the country’s agenda.
Don’t let the reporting on the suspected Skripal attackers fool you: Moscow got what it wanted.
In the run-up to Sweden’s election, one word explains why the country used to feel like a family—and why it now feels adrift.
Germany and France complain that the U.S. is abusing sanctions power to bully even its allies.