John Hooper / January 24, 2018
You know things are bad when the return of discredited, disgraced Silvio Berlusconi is almost reassuring. How did Italy end up here?
James Sloam / September 27, 2017
Merkel’s potential coalition partners do not get along
The French president-elect will lead a deeply divided country—can he charm the people who didn't vote for him?
In 1950 the Schuman Declaration ended Europe’s disastrous arms race and opened up the cooperation which created the EU. It still offers lessons for both May and Macron
Andrew Knapp / May 8, 2017
Without a parliamentary majority, the next French president will be hamstrung
Ana Pouvreau , Mark Porter / May 5, 2017
Measure for Measure
Jim Wolfreys / April 6, 2017
Sensing that things might get out of hand, the journalists chairing the debate stressed the need for “Republican courtesy.” That injunction was blown apart
Extracts from memoirs and diaries