The European Union needs to defend its economic sovereignty from U.S. overreach. Creating its own agency for sanctions enforcement would be a start.
In the run-up to the G-7 summit, Trump seemed to forget a key lesson from history.
A new French law aims to separate truth from fiction, but it will mostly just give the government more control over the media.
As left-wing parties have collapsed, the sole option remaining for voters is conservatism or right-wing populism.
If French President Emmanuel Macron is serious about pushing back against xenophobic populists, he needs to revamp his own legislative agenda.
After Washington exits the Iran deal, U.S. secondary sanctions could harm European companies. EU leaders should retaliate by reviving a tool used successfully in the 1990s.
The partnership with America had a long and fruitful life — but Europe is ready to start over.
Germany, France, and the U.K. all tried sucking up to Trump. They ended up helping kill the Iran deal.
With a supporter in the White House, the MEK might finally have a voice in U.S. policy.
The chancellor’s approach has been typical of German foreign policy: moralistic, hypocritical — and completely ineffective.
The French president spent his first year steering his country to the right — and his supporters on the left are starting to wonder what they signed up for.
The EU’s defense forces are struggling to recruit, and immigrants are often eager to serve.
Leftists want to celebrate revolutionary idealism; conservatives, the triumph of traditional authority. And Emmanuel Macron is trying to split the difference.