Britain’s political situation and its long-term economic outlook have become more precarious than they have been at any time since the late 1970s.
Beppe Grillo’s Five Stars movement loses some of its lustre.
Is Renzi putting his personal electoral interests over those of his country? And will his gamble pay off?
It’s not a foregone conclusion that Germany always has the upper hand economically over France.
A run-off between the far right and the far left candidates would be a choice between bad and ugly for France and Europe.
What can actually be agreed before the UK leaves the EU?
This is the worst setback ever for the process of European integration that started with a six-nation coal and steel community in 1952 – but for whom precisely?
Theresa May’s Brexit plan will do some significant damage to the British economy.
Despite potential referendum loss, risk of new elections, bigger political upheaval or Italy leaving the euro is quite low.