Some British lawmakers want the power to stop the U.K. from leaving the EU without a trade agreement—but it may not be so simple.
The U.S. isn't the only country to criticize—and leave—the cultural organization.
The country has had a highly decentralized government for more than 40 years. The question now is whether it can stay that way.
The European Union’s latest crackdown on Silicon Valley could cost Apple and Amazon millions.
The region has voted for independence from Spain. Now what?
As the country prepares to hold a referendum on abortion, religiously-motivated opposition to it may be on the wane.
The French president has enjoyed a mandate without a strong opposition—but that may have changed.
The recent election featured a far-right rise, but other small parties also outperformed expectations—and that’s telling.
The German chancellor secured a fourth term with 32.5 percent of the vote.
The ride-sharing app has clashed with traditional taxis before—but this is different.
The proposal could extend negotiations until 2021.
Marine Le Pen’s right-hand man has quit the party, a move that will impact its efforts to rebrand.
The country’s sacrosanct labor code has been fiercely guarded by unions—but the president has his own ideas.
Friday's explosion was not fatal, but it shows how transit networks are especially vulnerable to terrorism.
It's not out of the question that negotiators could fail to reach a deal.
Emmanuel Macron isn't the only politician guilty of splurging.
The U.K. has yet to leave the European Union, but some Europeans have started leaving the U.K.
This latest strike may be Pyongyang’s most provocative test this year.
Palace intrigue knows no borders
A series of proposals from the British government aim to demonstrate its preparedness to leave the EU. But they may have proven the opposite.