There is a massive opening for France and Macron in Europe which no French president since Mitterrand 25 years ago has been able to seize.
Here’s what you need to know about Germany’s September 24 elections.
As much as quite a few Catalans may want independence from Spain, it is practically impossible. But more regional autonomy is certainly possible.
The election and subsequent choice of coalition matter. But the differences between the various options are modest rather than stark.
After using the Russian invasion diligently for plenty of international support, Ukraine’s elites aren’t holding up their side of the bargain: They keep ruining their country.
To meet the goal agreed at the Paris climate change conference in December 2015, Europe will need a fully decarbonized electricity supply by 2045.
Don’t look for major policy changes in Germany after the September 24 federal elections.
Will Macron deliver? And what will French economic reforms mean for all of Europe?
As more digital freelancers find work through online labor platforms, taxing their income will become increasingly difficult.