What an election in one German state could reveal about immigration politics across Europe
The case of one word shows how context and associations can trump formal definition when it comes to talking about movement.
The British prime minister may not be her Conservative Party’s favorite leader, but she’s all they’ve got—for now.
Voters overwhelmingly backed the move to change the country’s name to the “Republic of North Macedonia”—but the victory was undermined by low turnout.
The Conservatives’ problems are an opportunity for a united opposition to step up. But the U.K. doesn’t have a united opposition.
The “supreme ordeal” of the Kavanaugh hearings dominated headlines beyond the United States.
“People would ask me, ‘What exactly does the U.K. want?’ And frankly, for two years I haven’t been able to give them an answer.”
Macedonia is set to vote on a name change. The process is turning out to be surprisingly fraught—even drawing Russian interference.
London’s Speakers’ Corner has endured as a symbol of freedom of speech for nearly 150 years, but some of its most loyal visitors say it’s under threat.
The president made a rare acknowledgement of his country’s use of torture in the Algerian War. By French standards, it was a monumental reckoning.
In Europe’s elections, the far-right is gaining ground as the center fragments.
Two magazines show that the question of how—or even whether—to engage incendiary figures remains very much unsettled.
Violent anti-immigration protests in the city of Chemnitz were dwarfed in size by a counter-protest. But they still speak to a dark and growing trend in German politics.
Labour’s leader is facing a growing anti-Semitism scandal, but his base looks ready to weather it.
Former U.K. Independence Party Leader Nigel Farage announced he’s “back” to relaunch the Brexit campaign.
The British government says it is prepared to crash out of the European Union—but a warning from its new foreign secretary suggests that isn’t true.
The former White House chief strategist wants to work with Europe’s right-wing parties—but some say they aren’t interested.
Two people were injured in the suspected attack.
Efforts to loosen restrictive laws in the two Catholic-majority countries resulted in two very different outcomes.
The move to punish Moscow for the attempted assassination of a former Russian spy in Britain was long overdue.