The French president presents himself to all things to all people – leaving voters with less meaningful choice at the ballot box.
France agreed to postpone implementing its law to tax US technology giants as negotiators from nearly 140 countries seek agreement on reforms to the international tax system.
Including direct accounts from 'yellow vests' members in the Lyon area, a look back at what has changed in the daily lives of people in the movement.
What the Amazon fires mean for Jair Bolsonaro politically.
The system of multilateral international co-operation looks increasingly fragile.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison scored a precious invitation to the annual summit, but the meeting showed little promise of solving some of the world's most pressing problems.
The EU is loathe to let treaties fail, given the sunk costs of negotiating them, but it may walk away if Johnson doesn't change his tune.
Turkey and the EU are trading insults over the rights to exploit the huge gas reserves over the eastern Mediterranean island.
What can be the road ahead for Kosovo and Serbia under the EU patronage?
Ahead of the 2019 EU elections, experts from the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Sweden and Norway look at how the EU is perceived, key issues and perspectives for the election.
The fire that devastated the Notre-Dame de Paris cathedral on April 15 is a historic event that reminds us of the symbolic power of national monuments.
Fake news doesn't respect borders so working together is the only option.
Even if parliament votes to delay Brexit beyond March 29, the EU27 would have to unanimously agree. Would they?
The embattled president must use this moment to end centuries of ambiguity over the place of Jews in French society.
When two founding partners of the European Union are at loggerheads, something is very wrong.
It's unlikely that a two-month informal national debate will solve France's crisis of political communication.
Does the PACTE law signal the end of the dichotomy between traditional, profit-focused companies and social and solidarity economy companies committed to the public interest?
President Emmanuel Macron has presented himself as a defender of the liberal order against the rising tide of right-wing populism. But he can't lead Europe while mass protests have France in crisis.
The winter woes facing the French president and British prime minister are surprisingly similar.
A populist movement that threatened to topple a French government more than 60 years ago has important lessons for today’s protests and why they represent a reckoning.