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The American allows China to take the lead in technology and Russia the lead in postwar Syria.
The referendum in Spain and administrative changes in France have given the Northern Catalans pause.
The deposed Catalan president is winning more support for his independence list than he did leading the Democratic Party.
By refusing to do a deal with the center-left, Pier Luigi Bersani makes a populist or right-wing victory more likely.
The collapse of talks with the Free Democrats and Greens is a setback, not the end of the world.
Liberal party leader Christian Lindner argues it is better not to govern than to govern in the wrong way.
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Leaving the EU is not unleashing growth. There is no extra money for health care, nor much hope of concluding a trade deal.
The parties still disagree about coal power, Europe, family reunifications and an immigration cap.
Miquel Iceta condemns his party to four more years in opposition by refusing deals with both separatists and unionists.
The Argentinian president knows he can't afford to ruffle too many feathers.
The prime minister's intransigence gives credence to separatists who argue Spain will never respect Catalonia.
The left won't stand a chance divided, but it will be hard to set aside personal feuds and policy differences.
Yes, Russia tried to exacerbate the crisis, but it didn't create Catalan separatism.
Countries agree to raise military spending, pool procurement and avoid competition between European defense contractors.
Asian and Latin American nations keep the Trans Pacific Partnership alive.
More and more Conservatives want May gone. The Brexit faction in the party is uniting behind Boris Johnson.
Republicans are debating -- debating! -- if they can support a man who has been accused of molesting a teenager.
The president takes the Russian's word for it. "I can't stand there and argue with him."
The Irish argue for integration, but hardliners in London can't abide an "all-island" approach.