If it looks like Berlin is colluding with Moscow, that’s because it is.
Foreign passport holders risk being trapped in China by nervous authorities.
Held back by infighting and hard-liners on the Hill, the administration may have squandered precious time to save the Iran nuclear deal, critics say.
While the French far-right believes the bill could do more to fight extremism, the country’s Muslim population feels the legislation is unfairly targeting their community.
Boris Johnson and Priti Patel have unnecessarily warehoused and endangered thousands of asylum-seekers in an effort to pander to the right-wing press.
Torn between mending ties with Germany or Republicans in Congress, the Biden administration takes a softer line on Nord Stream 2 than some lawmakers expected.
The left is relativizing the past, the far-right is insisting on its uniqueness, and the country’s historical culture is cracking from within.
The Dutch—like Americans and other Europeans—want a government that works. What they have is a system that’s stuck.
Largely protected from furloughs and layoffs, public employees in Italy have become the scapegoat for an economic crisis that politicians must address.
Fears of another Trump make it even more urgent that allies work with Biden now.
The new administration is looking for an interim road map—but insists it won’t be pressured by Tehran’s deadline to halt inspections next week.
Pre-modern European power was grounded in marriage and childbirth, not just conflict.