Switzerland's immigration referendum and a tension at the heart of the European project.
The latest blot on the former prime minister's reputation.
Getting results matters more than personal comity.
France and the United States are moving toward deeper defense cooperation.
They're supposed to work together. So why do they leave so much to France?
The economic fundamentals and the political will that let France go nuclear back in the day now exist in China.
Germany has grown more important—and publics have been more attuned to national, not collective, interests.
A relocation plan is shelved—did international pressure do it?
Reform proposals may be too little, too late.
And worse news for Britain, which would wind up on the wayside in Washington's transatlantic relations.
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