By losing his temper and recalling an ambassador, the French president has descended to the level of his opponents.
Known for corruption, orphans and Dracula, Romania wants to become a modern nation, but while its people keep leaving it doesn’t stand a chance.
In Finland, named the happiest country in the world for 2018, suicide is responsible for a third of all deaths among 15- to 24-year-olds.
A video of pacifist protester Jérôme Rodrigues being blinded in one eye has come to symbolise the state’s intolerance of dissent.
In a divided country, the party has surged into second place with poll ratings of 20 per cent. But its centrist programme would leave the fundamentals of economic and social policy unchanged.
According to a new book, France has become an inegalitarian Americanised society where the elites have imposed an economic model that no one has chosen.
By severing the link between economic arrangements and democratic process, “Norway-plus” would repeat the mistakes that led to the Leave vote.
A country that long ago lost its taste for political gambles of the Cameron variety.
Germany’s commitment to austerity and its refusal to support fundamental reform of the euro is recklessly complacent.
After launching a debate to quell months of protest, France’s millionaire president invited other millionaires to a summit at Versailles.
In Brussels, impatience with the UK’s farcical indecision is rising by the day.