Why Xi Jinping will dominate this week's 19th Party Congress and what it means for China's future.
In Spain's hour of trial, it deserves full U.S. support.
But that could actually be a good thing, ending “too much consensus.”
The Czech Republic launched the continent’s first center to combat fake news in January. It might not survive the year.
The Icelandic prime minister’s links to a convicted rapist have once again put the democracy’s accountability to the test.
The lessons of Churchill and Orwell for the modern world.
President Hassan Rouhani is positioning himself to be the next supreme leader — and he isn't going to let U.S. threats to blow up the nuclear deal get in his way.
A campaign of personal attacks on the U.S. national security advisor is even dividing allies.
The United States has teetered on the brink of catastrophe before, and rebuilt itself by rethinking its institutions. It's time to do so again.
The French president's movement of upper-middle-class amateurs is having trouble reviving national politics.
The chancellor has turned Berlin into a beacon of stability — by draining German politics of any hint of debate.