It’s going to be a while before Europe’s most powerful country has a stable government – and Angela Merkel probably won't be leading it.
Is the grammar of liberté, égalité, fraternité inherently chauvinistic?
Outgoing head defends organization after U.S., Israeli departure.
Worried about past dues and what it calls an anti-Israel bias, Washington is bailing on the group it helped found.
The statement comes as Catalonia mulls an independence declaration, spooking companies and emboldening France’s separatists.
Critics of Macron's anti-terrorism bill see it as a dangerous political gesture.
Laurent Wauquiez is young, charismatic, ambitious — and he’s reshaping French conservatism in a bid to become president.
Angela Merkel’s final term was supposed to revive the EU. Now it might condemn the continent to permanent crisis.
The president may be stuck for now with what he’s called “one the worst deals ever.”
The president's U.N. bashing was unusually restrained a day ahead of his much-anticipated address to the General Assembly.
The German chancellor has spent 12 years fending off, deterring, and patching up. But in her last term, can she build anything lasting?
The French president's movement of upper-middle-class amateurs is having trouble reviving national politics.