Europe Is About to Drown in the River of the Radical Right

Europe is awash with worry. Ahead of parliamentary elections widely expected to deliver gains to the hard right, European leaders…


In Meeting With Xi, E.U. Leader Takes Tough Line on Ukraine War

Ursula Von der Leyen, the European Commission president, pushed Beijing to help rein in Russia’s war in Ukraine after meeting…


What to Know About Xi Jinping’s Trip to Europe

The Chinese president this week will be visiting France, Serbia and Hungary. His trip comes at a time of tensions…


Macron, Battling the Far Right at Home, Pushes for a Stronger Europe

In a major speech, France’s president returned to a familiar theme, warning that “Our Europe is mortal” if it does…


Europe’s Policymakers Get Ready to Lower Rates, Regardless of the Fed

European Central Bank governors are highlighting cooler inflation as a sign the bank could cut interest rates before the Federal…


The Far Right Wants to Take Over Europe, and She’s Leading the Way

“There’s just one question on voting day. Do you want an Islamized Europe or a European Europe?” This stark choice…


That Time Europe Tried to Bring Monarchy Back to Mexico

HABSBURGS ON THE RIO GRANDE:The Rise and Fall of the Second Mexican Empire, by Raymond Jonas In October 1863, a…


Europe’s A.I. ‘Champion’ Sets Sights on Tech Giants in U.S.

Mistral, a French start-up considered a promising challenger to OpenAI and Google, is getting support from European leaders who want…


Czechs Accuse Two Men of Running ‘Russian Influence Operation’ in Europe

Amid news reports that European politicians received payments to promote Russian interests, the Czech government froze the assets of the…


Germany’s Solar Panel Industry, Once a Leader, Is Getting Squeezed

Domestic manufacturers are caught between China’s low prices and U.S. protectionist policies, even as demand increases.

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