The parties have achieved a breakthrough deal that won’t prove much of a breakthrough.
With no government in Belfast and the border issue unresolved, anxiety grows about the country’s future.
If the news-grabbing, discussion-dominating presidential social-media habit is getting routine in the U.S., it’s now getting exported overseas.
The far-right ‘Britain First’ party maintained a low profile—until President Trump promoted it on Twitter.
The collapse of coalition talks puts Germany in political limbo—but its chancellor has overcome crises much worse.
Berlin suddenly looks unstable—just like a lot of other places.
This century has seen laws allowing such unions spread rapidly—but not widely.
The foreign secretary expressed remorse weeks after his worst diplomatic gaffe to date.
One factor keeping the British prime minister in power is, paradoxically, her own unpopularity.
With two ministers suddenly gone, is the British premier’s government unraveling?
With another British MP gone, party leaders vow to address the U.K.’s deepening sexual-harassment scandal.
European leaders have treated the Catalan independence bid as an internal Spanish matter, but its deposed leader’s decision to flee to Brussels may change that.
The escalating crisis with North Korea coincides with the 55th anniversary of a Russian naval captain’s fateful decision to prevent a torpedo launch at the height of the Cuban Missile Crisis.
The northeastern region of Spain tried to assert its freedom—and looks set to lose it.
Catalan President Carles Puigdemont’s on again, off again, not-quite-official bid for independence
Unlike national leaders, mayors in Paris and Manchester have not minced words when criticizing the American president.
Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont evokes the Franco era in the face of Madrid’s call for new regional elections.
The self-dubbed “Jupiterian” president insists he is not aloof.
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.