The Brussels bubble is on a collision course with the part of Europe's electorate that hates it.
Spanish politician explains how democracy hangs in the balance as Spain grapples with an uncertain future.
Two organizers' perspectives on what's new in European Leftist politics following the annual Labour Party Conference in the UK.
Former Bernie Sanders bros, Winnie Wong and Claire Sandberg, check-in on the political freak scene abroad.
The second Spanish general election in a year also resulted in a stalemate.
Left-wing politicians and parties had a pretty exciting 2015 in terms of winning elections, but everything they hate is still very much around.
An inconclusive general election on Sunday has heralded a new era of political pact-making in Spain, shattering a two-party system that has dominated since the 1970s.
Exit polls indicate that the People's Party of Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy won Spain's general election on Sunday, but the PP will have to rely on other parties if it is to govern for another four-year term.
Newcomer parties Podemos and Ciudadanos are poised for big gains against Spain's traditionally dominant conservatives and socialists in Sunday's election.
They're keeping older British voters happy by pissing off the young. That tactic could blow up in their faces in the long run.
The new Syriza government in Athens hopes its international creditors will compromise over its debt program, but finance ministers say agreement is a long way off.