The European political landscape saw even more fragmentation in 2019 than it had in previous years. Populist forces did well in some countries (e.g., Poland) while they retrenched in others (e.g., Greece). The European Parliament has to grapple with a large contingent of Euroskeptic MEPs. In 2020, Central and Eastern Europe will take the spotlight to show whether this trend will continue; elections are scheduled in Slovakia, North Macedonia, and Lithuania, among others. The consequences will continue to affect the unity and stability of the European Union and the transatlantic relationship. The CSIS Europe, Russia, and Eurasia Program provides the Election Watch platform to walk readers through these complex political times in Europe, with a collection of factsheets and analysis that presents the most salient campaign issues and highlights why and how these elections will impact U.S. interests.