As Europeans navigate a crippling debt crisis, the Left is resurgent. But left-of-centre leaders have yet to present credible plans for easing austerity and spurring growth.
The Dutch shunned right-wing populism and voted to keep Mark Rutte's conservative-liberal VVD in power. But the new government may yet shift from the German focus on austerity to the French emphasis on growth.
Europe prides itself on open borders, a single market and social tolerance. But legal differences are causing problems for those who move for work, love or just vacation
Italy’s political exceptionalism – its inability to marshal coherent governments backed by stable parliamentary majorities – is weakening Europe and threatening the eurozone.
A grass-roots movement that took over Spain’s most emblematic square says its fight to change the political and economic system is just beginning.