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Just days into his tenure as president of the European Commission, document leaks put Jean-Claude Juncker in the hot seat.
While attention is focused on the rise of the radical right, a new generation of leftists is also making waves.
The UK’s spat with Brussels is straining Britain’s relations with the rest of Europe and giving the prime minister a headache at home.
Almost 2 million Catalans voted to split from Spain. Many more stayed home.
Catalonia’s vote on independence from Spain this week is raising questions among the neighbors.
The restive Spanish region of Catalonia is preparing for a symbolic referendum on secession, even as the government is moving to block it.
Beijing is snapping up investment bargains in struggling European economies. Is that threatening their future security?
Political uncertainty in Athens is triggering turmoil in the continent's nervy markets.
The Russian leader's visit this week is highlighting Serbia's east-west dilemma.
New leaders at the EU and NATO are facing unprecedented challenges at home and abroad.
A decade after the US invasion of Iraq, France was the first ally to join the bombing campaign against IS.
After the little green men, Putin's new weapons against the West: little yellow fruit.
Fear of a downward price spiral is reviving the specter of Europe's dark times.
Here's a look at those who might be tempted to follow if the Scots end up voting for independence.
If economic troubles overwhelm Hollande's government and buoy the far right, the whole euro zone could feel the impact.
The crisis in Ukraine is forcing the Western alliance back to a Cold War-style focus on collective defense.
France halts warship sale to Russia, the EU is poised to impose more sanctions and NATO is boosting its defenses. But will it deter Putin?
Conflicts raging just outside its borders are challenging the EU's focus on 'soft power.'
Debt, scandal, and losses look set to topple the powerful Espirito Santo empire — and threaten Europe's recovery from the euro zone crisis.
Interconnected economies give European countries strong weapons against Moscow — if they dare to use them.