The politics of Europe are some of the most complex and fascinating of the entire world. Taking into account each individual country has an entirely different set of rules, regulations, and charismatic leaders. While each country has a large fascinating role in European politics, each holds a history that is all the more entrancing.
Be it the Thatcher interactions with the Reagan administration, the consistent recreations of European nation-states boarders, the numerous Cold War leaders of both western and eastern powers, or any other event or time period.
There is also a strong overwhelming political force in Europe. The European Union, some have called it "A New Soviet Union" while others will attest to it being the pinnacle moment thus far in "Wilsonian Idealism". The Union is the culmination of a common currency [The Euro], dedication to peaceful gains on the parts of all countries, and the willingness of five hundred million plus people to a new tomorrow.
European politics are those that still hold lasting grudges and ties from boarder to boarder as well, something not as often seen in the North American political world, and if so it holds little publication. German tensions to Russian pride, European politics is arguably the most intricate and complex, not to mention interesting of all political areas/continents