French authorities are investigating reports that Russian interference may be helping to exploit and expand the five-week-old “yellow vest” protests.
One hundred years after the end of World War One, the forces that led to it are waking up from a long slumber.
Europe has abandoned centuries-old laws against blasphemy, but the assault on so-called “hate speech” threatens to effectively bring them back.
One year after Charlottesville, it’s clear that President Trump still doesn’t understand what happened there, or that he just doesn’t care.
The political party formed by French President Emmanuel Macron just about a year ago scored big wins in yesterday’s first round of legislative elections.
Centrist candidate Emmanuelle Macron scored a decisive win over the far-right Marine Le Pen in today’s runoff round of the French Presidential election.
Emmanuel Macron holds a decisive lead over Marine Le Pen as the French Presidential election heads into its final hours.
French voters face a stark choice in the May 7th runoff for President. Hopefully, they’ll make the correct choice.
The players are almost completely set for France’s 2017 Presidential elections, and the choice seems likely to come down to center-right candidate Francois Fillon and Marine Le Pen, France’s Donald Trump.
Political change coming to Germany? Or more of the same.
A high-level French Court has struck down the ban on the so-called ‘burkini’ adopted by many towns along the French Riviera.
With just over a week to go, the New Hampshire primary is being dominated by a bombastic New York celebrity and a septuagenarian Vermont socialist.
Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are surging in state polls as we head toward the holidays.
Marine Le Pen suffered setbacks in the second round of regional voting on Sunday, but the party still seems likely to become more popular in the coming years.
Donald Trump’s plan to exclude Muslims from the United States is provoking condemnation, and confusion, around the world.
Europe’s anti-immigrant, xenophobic far right scored major victories in France yesterday.
France’s President has spent the week trying to forge and agreement on an anti-ISIS policy, but the two nations that matter the most also disagree the most.
The United States and Europe are giving everything the perpetrators of the Paris attacks hoped for.
The news that at least some of the men who were involved in the terrorist attacks in Paris were among the refugees who have arrived in Europe since the summer is likely to complicate an already complicated situation.
A plan to distribute migrants from the conflicts in the Middle East and North Africa across the entire European Union seems destined to cause political conflict.
The men responsible for the Charlie Hebdo massacre are dead, but the problems for France, and the rest of Europe, may just be at the beginning.
Far right parties are succeeding in Europe because the mainstream parties aren’t offering an alternative.
The European far right has found a friend in an unlikely place.
The candidate of the Muslim Brotherhood is the next President of Egypt, but the political future of Egypt itself remains quite murky.
The New Yorker’s John Cassidy sees “Good and Bad News for Obama” in Nicolas Sarkozy’s defeat.