If Italy’s government tames its radical instincts it could be allowed to get away with a few things. But if it is confrontational with the EU it will be heading for trouble.
Germany’s SPD has long seen Macron as a beacon of hope. But his stance on migration policy will greatly frustrate them – and rob Angela Merkel of her European cover.
If the CSU does not agree to any compromise on migration policy, Merkel’s government may fall apart.
German hopes for the football tournament in Russia appear way overblown.
The suicide of fashion designer Kate Spade highlights the rising trend of people taking their own life in the United States.
The new Italian government seems keen to play blame games – and pursuing economic solutions that have already failed conclusively in the past.
Only a strong and coordinated response can deter the Turkish president from continuing to use Western nationals as pawns to advance his political agenda.
Uber’s new CEO presents a kinder, gentler face of his company. But don’t be fooled. The business model hasn’t changed.
The EU is not a mono-directional train headed toward “ever closer union.” An “ever better union” with a clear focus on the principle of subsidiarity might be more like it.