The French president has a vision to lead the deadlocked EU out of crisis and towards greater integration. But can he carry the rest of the bloc with him, especially the troubled Germans?
As Macron prepares to meet May, they can at least agree on a hardening approach to immigration.
As negotiations hang in the balance, the Chancellor is facing internal pressure.
The French president’s media strategy keeps changing. It’s puzzling for journalists and experts alike, and may come back to harm him.
Six years after resigning as Italy's Prime Minister, and five after being convicted of tax fraud, the narcissistic 81-year-old is back at the centre of his country’s politics.
As the far right rises, attitudes harden.
We can't wait to see who he'll compare himself to in 2018.
Will the Brexit PM continue to turn a blind eye to Poland’s increasing authoritarianism?
Slovenia is a small country on the sunny side of the Alps, once part of communist Yugoslavia. The streets are clean, crime is low and education good. But birth rates are falling and people are not as cheerful as one might expect.
Like everything he does, there's always the slight risk he may be overdoing it.