Joe Biden’s Ukraine Coalition Faces Reckoning

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Weekend European Parliament elections across the European Union have sent shock waves through the bloc’s centrist establishment, with the French and German engines of Europe’s U.S.-aligned foreign policy—particularly President Joe Biden’s backing for Ukraine and efforts to deter Russia from broader aggression—facing sustained domestic turbulance.

Weekend European Parliament elections across the European Union have sent shock waves through the bloc’s centrist establishment, with the French and German engines of Europe’s U.S.-aligned foreign policy—particularly President Joe Biden’s backing for Ukraine and efforts to deter Russia from broader aggression—facing sustained domestic turbulence.

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Europe’s center-right European People’s Party (EPP) is predicted to return at least 185 lawmakers to the next Parliament, winning over 25 percent of the 720 seats contested. The right-wing European Conservatives and Reformists (ECR) is projected to take around 73 seats.

The center-left Socialists and Democrats’ (S&D) seat share is predicted to remain roughly around the same at 137, while the liberal Renew Europe bloc is predicted to win around 79 seats—marking a significant loss of over 20 representatives.
European Parliament President Roberta Metsola—a member of the EPP—told Euronews: “From the first projections it looks like the constructive, pro-European center has held.”

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But the 185 million votes cast across 27 nations also delivered the predicted surge in far-right support, with Euroskeptic, anti-immigration, and Moscow-sympathetic parties winning big in both France and Germany.

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