Regions / Germany
If Europe's economic situation fails to improve, the far right will be waiting to pounce again with their easy answers: nationalism and racism.
Europeans want to upend politics as usual and the far right is still rising. If the left doesn’t come up with an unusual politics of its own, it will be upended as well.
While France teeters on the brink of the far right, left parties elsewhere are showing surprising strength.
While the far right is on the march globally, there are signs progressives are stirring from their slumber.
For leftist critics of the EU, reform looks unlikely — but aligning with right-wing Euroskeptics looks worse. Maybe there's a third option.
Austria's latest vote shows the European ideal isn't dead yet. But the far right is rising quickly.
No corporations have been more aggressive in forging their own foreign policies than the big oil companies.
After a year of earthshaking victories and devastating setbacks, Europe's new progressive parties are slowly learning how to balance governance with activism.
Other Western powers could learn from Germany’s policy of toleration.
Let's say the U.S. actually curbed its military adventurism, reeled in the Pentagon budget, and closed its global network of bases. Then what?