The NATO member tries to plays both sides in Russia’s war against Ukraine.
Following parliamentary elections, the French president's new political coalition gives him only one option for getting work done.
He won reelection, but now his party is trying to fending off major competition from far-left Jean-Luc Mélenchon in parliamentary elections.
Friedrich Merz is capitalizing on the ambiguity of the German government over Russia’s aggression.
Next up: parliamentary elections.
Since he has alienated some on the left, he’ll need all the moderate support he can get.
African food and energy producers have had trouble gaining a foothold in Europe. The war could change that.
With Nord Stream 2 canceled and relations with Russia on Cold War-level, where can Europe get energy?
Discontent could hamper climate change efforts, shape elections, and create tension between member nations.
Climate activists oppose its use even as alternatives lead to increased emissions and rising electricity prices.