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June, 2019


Boris Johnson may be the best candidate to avert a no-deal Brexit.


National leaders were unable to agree this week on who to appoint for any of the EU’s top jobs.


The much-heralded far-right alliance of Marine Le Pen and Matteo Salvini isn’t much different from the alliance they’ve already had.


Russia’s president has played a weak hand quite cleverly on the global stage, says Russia expert Angela Stent.


But the road to an Italexit would be a twisted one.


A government official’s warning that Jews in traditional dress might not be safe has sparked a new debate about how to protect the community. 


Denmark’s Social Democrats won Wednesday’s election and are likely to lead the next government, thanks, in part, to a harsher immigration policy


With the parties in Angela Merkel’s coalition government in deep disarray, change is afoot in Germany.


The SPD has to decide how long to remain in government.