Neither Germans nor Americans consider each other their most important foreign policy partners.
The White House is struggling to keep its leaders and staffers safe while pushing for the reopening of America.
But if the number of coronavirus cases ‘starts to radically increase,’ the current order could continue.
Chinese officials advocating tough measures in containing and tackling disease outbreaks would have seemed a world away from Europe only a few months ago. So too would …
The US Fed chief expressed hope that the economy would come out of recession in the second half of the year.
Vandals and conspiracists across the Continent have a new target: 5G telephone towers.
Spanish PM’s response to the pandemic has led to increasing criticism from political opponents.
POLITICO asks six women from across sectors what they would do differently.
The British prime minister says that people find the new regulations ‘complex.’
‘This pandemic has fully, finally torn back the curtain on the idea that so many of the folks in charge know what they’re doing,’ the former president said.
The Bundesliga is back, with social distancing and masks.
Drawing the top stories around the globe.
Malta denies newspaper report that China was involved in renovation of its Brussels base.
A bungled election opened the door for parties to reassess their candidates.
The former vice president described the president’s actions as a ‘prostitution’ of the position.
Prime minister says Hungary will return to normal parliamentary system.
PM says Hungarian constitution must have primacy over EU law.
The European countries hit hardest by the pandemic will also be the slowest to bounce back.
US president said the media had refused to report his ‘common sense’ explanation for the large number of Covid-19 cases.
But is the former deputy UK prime minister changing it for the better — or putting a fresh shine on deep problems?
Koreans’ sense of group identity has a darker flip side: If you don’t fit the mold, you’re pushed into the shadows.
The pandemic is forcing new humiliations on us every day.
Former EU foreign policy chief presented as only candidate for prestigious post.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson has faced criticism for announcing guidance that only applies in England.
Officials confirm internal inquiries are underway to punish disclosures not authorized by ‘relevant hierarchy.’
The isolated island nation enters the post-pandemic future.
The survey of 140K people finds little progress in attitudes and striking differences between countries.
Investigations seek to identify officials who may have disclosed information even to EU member countries.
Former EU foreign policy chief lined up for top job at College of Europe.
Leader of the House of Commons is upset by the UK’s virtual parliament experiment.
Budapest and Warsaw have taken slightly different approaches in challenging the primacy of EU law.
Hollywood star has been spending lockdown in Dublin.
Stumbles on China illustrate the European External Action Service’s struggle to find its footing.
Mixed message risks undermining European project.
For years, Trump has promoted theories about his predecessor to distract from unwelcome news, elevate himself and excite his base. The details are rarely important.
UK prime minister’s coronavirus exit plan reveals much about how team Vote Leave operate in government.
EU top diplomat says ambassador who allowed watered-down letter to be published ‘continues to have my confidence.’
Far right seizes onto claims that government paid for Silvia Romano to be released.
Parliament President David Sassoli says justice minister can’t attend, but the prime minister can.
The US president was apparently referring to the 2001 death of congressional staffer Lori Klausutis.
In 2016, Donald Trump cleaned up among voters who disliked him and Hillary Clinton. This year, Biden is winning big among the comparable group.
A German journalist accused the 94-year-old former president of groping her in 2018.
Just before the US president took a victory lap on coronavirus testing, the White House told staff to start wearing masks after two aides tested positive for COVID-19.
UK public will not forgive a government that allows death rates to rise further.
Multiple staffers have tested positive for COVID-19.
Just one in 10 Germans wants closer ties to Beijing, according to survey.
Anne Sacoolas left the UK shortly after fatal crash and claimed diplomatic immunity.
Dutch-speaking separatists eye their chance to get out of lockdown, and out of Belgium.
Voodoo pandenomics is no quick cure for coroanvirus crisis.
Global pandemic calls for solutions over sensationalism.