Tensions are running high between Palestinians and Israelis, but a new government looks unlikely to opt for de-escalation and reconciliation.
Diplomatic relations reach a new low, as Estonia sits on the frontline of confrontation with Russia.
With talk circulating about a right-wing political coalition, the pros and cons of such an alliance are more complex.
In spite of his rising unpopularity, will forcing a disunited opposition to an early election be enough to allow Erdoğan to return to office?
In the face of crumbling energy infrastructure, one civil rights group is looking to establish its own power provider.
Facing a humanitarian crisis and an intransigent Azerbaijani regime, calls are mounting for a stronger EU intervention.
Obstructed by several incompatible political divisions, the creation of a new government for Bulgaria looks unlikely. Now new elections loom.