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Why Paris and Berlin should not wait until after the German elections to get going.


Brexit and Trump voters wanted to go back in time. Are the Dutch and the French similarly inclined?


France’s presidential elections stand out as the most unpredictable and potentially earth-shattering event in recent European history.


Ahead in the polls, hard-right leader Marine Le Pen faces a Catch-22.


France and Germany have taken very different approaches to counter-terrorism.


Will France fall to the West’s populist surge, too?

Right-wing populism in France, the Netherlands, and Northern Europe.


Come spring, who will become France’s next president? The non-conformist former minister of the economy has more than an outside chance.

Views from Germany, France, and Poland.


Paris views the refugee crisis through a different lens than Berlin.


The future of Syria remains of vital importance to France, but there is little Paris can do.


The EU’s biggest problem is the disappearance of an equal partner for Germany.


Why Germany is engaging in France’s war against the so-called Islamic State.


France’s President François Hollande is being criticized for not shielding the French from Germany’s “irresponsible” refugee policy. In fact, France does little to alleviate the crisis.


As the European Union shows signs of fraying at the edges, some in France are questioning its core.