With elections fast approaching, France is deeply divided. Will voters opt to continue working with international partners or favor a more nationalist, protectionist approach? The election result will set the future course for France and for Europe.
Ahead of the European elections in May, the EU is in the midst of its most radical crisis ever, warns Bulgarian political scientist Ivan Krastev. He says the bloc needs more courage and less German risk aversion.
The Social Democrats only narrowly beat the far-right during the recent vote in Finland. The outcome is yet more proof of an alarming trend ahead of European Parliament elections next month, says DW's Bernd Riegert.
The French PM has presented the results of the "grand national debate," but critics have not been silenced. Now, the "yellow vests" nationwide have announced a fresh wave of protests, and what comes next is unclear.
The far-right EKRE received nearly 18 percent of the vote in Estonia's parliamentary election. Political scientist Florian Hartleb talks to DW about the party's origins, and what its success means for Europe.
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