The Italian prime minister has staked his reputation on Sunday's referendum to reform Italy's inflexible political system. But younger voters are lining up strongly against his vision, despite their desire for change.
The far-right Freedom Party's Norbert Hofer is in a presidential runoff Sunday, and many feel the US result has buoyed his campaign. But Trump's unexpected ascent has also stirred the campaign of his Green rival.
François Fillon's unexpected win in the Republicain primaries has raised eyebrows. But his conservative policies, including cutting 500,000 public-sector jobs, could firm the EU's fraying Franco-German core.
Like the shock election of Donald Trump as US president, the Brexit vote resulted in a society cleaved in two, along lines of age, geography, class, and race. But young Brits are finding ways to cross the divides.
At a town hall event, people debate democracy and watch newscasts as well as US political movies. Outside, hundreds wait patiently in the rain to join in, contradicting YouGov data that suggested low French interest in the vote.
While Britain is generally in favor of letting non-British residents with high-end skills stay after Brexit, its increasingly hostile rhetoric is making exactly those people question the wisdom of remaining.
Knowledge of arts and culture is key to succeeding in the French business world, but many young people are priced out of the opportunity to participate in the arts. The Paris Opera is trying to remedy that by offering 10-euro tickets to its premieres.
Hungarians who voted Sunday overwhelmingly favored Prime Minister Viktor Orbán's policy to reject the EU plan to distribute refugees fairly across the bloc. Not enough voted to validate the result, but that may not indicate a public change of heart on immigration.