Germany: Scholz is predicted kaput
The surge in popularity of far-right parties could lead to the dissolution of the liberal “traffic light” cabinet.
The Koran is a delicate matter
Swedish fans were shot in Brussels. It seems to have become a bloody revenge on official Stockholm for condoning those who desecrate Islamic shrines.
Poland: Mr. Kaczynski's miscalculation?
The failed Polish parliamentary elections for the ruling party have plunged the country into a state of political uncertainty.
Slovakia at a crossroads
The coming to power of the coalition led by Robert Fico came as a shock to the European Union and NATO.
The once tranquil Scandinavian country has the highest rate of street murders per capita in the EU.
EU: "How about some conversation?"
In Spanish Granada, two parallel informal summits concerning European affairs were held at once. The result: everything is complicated and confusing.
Сircus parade in Kiev
After a failed counteroffensive, the Ukrainian capital has become a pilgrimage site for do-gooders of all stripes, from a bunch of European diplomats to a delegation led by NATO’s chief. Will it help?
Finland is struck by a militaristic frenzy
Having just become the 31st member of NATO, the Land of a Thousand Lakes has instantly turned from neutral to highly aggressive.
"Orchestra" packs its instruments
Why the entire collective West has turned against Wagner PMC, which has practically ceased to exist?
ICC takes aim at Lukashenko
The Hague-based International Criminal Court (ICC) is increasingly turning into an instrument of unjustified legal prosecution of Russia and its ally.