Even now, some time after the election in USA, shock still dominates both the media coverage and the statements by representatives of the political elite.
On 13th November the runoff of the direct presidential election was held in Moldova.
The Bulgarian presidential elections have been won by Rumen Radev, a non-party candidate, who ran with the support of the opposition Bulgarian Socialist Party.
The Christian Democratic parties have accepted the proposal made by Social Democrats to back Frank-Walter Steinmeier as a candidate for the German presidency.
The Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation issued a statement on the detention of Aleksei Ulukayev, the minister for economic development.
European Commission announced its decision setting out the rules for increased utilisation by the Russian gas company Gazprom of the OPAL pipeline.
Posing as an architect of the peace process in Ukraine, Germany has indirectly become a hostage to the success of this process (or the lack of it).
Immediately after the announcement of the American election results, Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulated Donald Trump on his victory.
Mainly representatives of the Georgian Dream and the opposition United National Movement competed in the parliamentary runoff in Georgia.
Prime Minister Taavi Rõivas, the leader of the liberal and pro-Western Reform Party, which had governed Estonia since 2001, lost support of his coalition partners.