Could Argentina’s “madman” President rescue his country from a century of decline?
The European Union refuses to call out democratic backsliding when orchestrated by the left
A power-hungry socialist Prime Minister has struck a deal with separatists
Ahead of the Spanish elections, the alliance opposing the leftist ruling coalition is falling apart
Are the Hungarian Prime Minister and his allies poised to take over the institutions of the EU?
Does exhuming the remains of a nationalist icon represent progress or division?
For left-wing author Giles Tremlett, concord is the telos of Spain’s history — on the left’s terms, that is
We should celebrate achievements, not just condemn vice
A new book places the quest to keep Algeria French squarely at the centre of European integration
A new book explores the English philosopher’s American afterlife