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.
The former British foreign secretary kicks off another gaffe cycle—and injects himself back into the news.
An anti-Muslim activist claims he was silenced for his views. But the truth isn’t so sinister.
President Trump and European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker claimed symbolic victories, but not much else.
The U.K. government has long opposed capital punishment. But in the prosecution of two former British citizens accused of fighting for ISIS, it may make an exception.
Here are the Trump-Putin takes you probably haven’t read.
The American president is deeply unpopular in the United Kingdom.
Surprisingly, it wasn’t his long history of diplomatic gaffes that brought down the U.K. foreign secretary.
Authorities insist public risk remains low after civilians fell ill from exposure to a nerve agent.
A new migrant deal is typical of the chancellor’s knack for outmaneuvering her political opponents.
A U.S. leader meeting a Russian one is not particularly unusual. The context is.
How a spat over aluminum and steel could threaten the American spirit’s growing international presence
New tariffs come with new threats as the downward spiral continues.
Liverpool F.C.’s star player is emerging as England’s—and arguably the world’s—most visible Muslim sports icon.
Germany’s government is fraught with infighting.
Italy’s refusal to allow more than 600 migrants to disembark signals a bigger problem.