Erdoğan built his supporter base by promising economic stability. Can he withstand a crisis?
The Russian president is less visible at the World Cup than at the Sochi Winter Olympics, but he is winning far more friends.
Refugee camps at Germany’s border would violate the promise of a universal right to move. But Schengen never made that promise.
Support for the party, which has its roots in the neo-Nazi movement and once pledged to “keep Sweden Swedish”, surged after Europe’s 2015 immigration crisis.
Germany’s the lonely chancellor is under siege at home and abroad. How much longer can she keep her tormentors at bay?
Last week, our rescue crew was afraid and 120 people probably died as a result.
Italy’s new populist government is threatening to take away police protection from investigative journalists.
Unless the internal politics of the 19 member states line up with one another, necessary reforms will always hit the buffers.
Matteo Salvini’s proposal would violate the Italian constitution, but it will also help his party gain support.
In Chechnya, for the past year LGBT+ people have been seized by state agents, detained without trial, tortured and, in some cases, murdered.
Aquarius is sailing towards Valencia with 51 women, 10 children and 45 men on board after 48 hours at sea when both Italy and Malta refused permission to dock.