The United Kingdom Independence Party is just one of many small, burgeoning movements across Europe that’s challenging the …
The Prime Minister appears to have ceded a great deal of authority to two newcomers: Yair Lapid and Naftali Bennett.
Uhuru Kenyatta, wanted by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for crimes against humanity, won election Saturday as Kenya’s new President. The Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission announced that Kenya’s richest …
As vote approaches, political uncertainty grows—and with that fears about Italy’s economy and relationship with the European Union
Monumental issues still face Israel but none seemed to be in play or of interest in a campaign that is more than likely to return Benjamin Netanyahu to the Prime Minister’s office
Socialist President François Hollande’s promise to create social “justice” by raising taxes on France’s wealthy overturned on constitutional grounds–for now.
On Wednesday, South Koreans chose the daughter of South Korea’s Cold War strongman Park Chung-hee as the country’s first female President
As South Koreans vote today, the race between Park Geun-hye and Moon Jae-in looks too close to call.
if the Ehud Olmert case is any precedent, Avigdor Lieberman has good reason to be optimistic about his legal problems.
After a week of an increasingly bitter leadership fight, France’s main conservative party appeals to former President Nicolas Sarkozy to negotiate peace–or fill the void his departure from politics created in the first place.
After 24 hours of chaos and fraud allegations, Jean-François Copé is re-elected leader of French conservatives with gestures to the far right that divides his camp.
Allegations of voter fraud add further bile to the leadership race for France’s main conservative party, as it chooses between its neo-Gaullist roots or drifting towards the far right of Marine Le Pen
France smarts at German comments despairing French economic response to the euro crisis, and media reports contending Berlin is preparing a To-Do reform list for sluggish leaders in Paris.