Sweden's Bildt sees version of alliance government 'likely'
Former Swedish Prime Minister Carl Bildt discusses the Swedish election and the prospect of the formation of an alliance government.
Russia's ex-deputy PM says U.S. relations can improve with trust
Former Deputy Prime Minister of Russia Arkady Dvorkovich examines the relationship between the United States and Russia and the state of the Russian economy.
Modi's government faces first no-confidence vote
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government faces its first no-confidence vote in parliament. Polls show the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party may fall short of a full majority in next year’s federal election, prompting the country’s opposition parties to put aside their ideological differences and unite.
Prime minister confident Croatia will beat France in World Cup final
Prime minister confident Croatia will beat France in World Cup final.
Can Theresa May stay in power?
Bloomberg's Editor-in-Chief John Micklethwait discusses the resignation of U.K. Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and the future of Prime Minister Theresa May.
Shenzhen, from fishing port to China’s Silicon Valley
As French Prime Minister Édouard Philippe begins a four-day visit to China in the south-eastern city of Shenzhen, our team reports from this former fishing village that’s been transformed into a giant metropolis in the space of a few decades.
Grenfell: One year after the fire
London marks a year on from the Grenfell Tower fire that killed 71 people. Prime Minister Theresa May admits that her initial response at the time seemed uncaring. And DW meets one of the survivors – still waiting to be re-housed.
Jordan's King set to ask PM to resign amid protests: sources
Jordan's King Abdullah was expected on Monday to ask Prime Minister Hani Mulki to resign in a bid to soothe widespread anger over economic policies that has sparked the largest protests in several years, according to political sources.
'Anti-Soros': Orban's reelection campaign's centerpiece to become law
A report takes us to Hungary, where Prime Minister Viktor Orban was re-elected last month. His campaign focused on attacking the supposed influx of migrants into Hungary - and accusing the billionaire philanthropist George Soros of financing their arrival.