Britain could be headed for a constitutional crisis that can be likened to that of 1975 in Australia. But the differences are more revealing than the similarities.
Like its Italian counterpart, the British parliament faces big decisions about whether to bring down a government and what to put in its place, but it does so under somewhat different constitutional rules.
The Italian far right is making its bid for power, and it will take an unlikely degree of unity among its opponents to stop it.
The world may yet pay a dreadful price for having failed to address the issue of Kashmir when it might have been resolved peacefully.
Betting odds on the Brexit options reveal a rather unexpected conjunction of opinions.
Once again, the right of a "controversial" speaker to enter Australia is up for debate. His supporters seem oblivious to the contradictions in their position.
A Welsh by-election delivers a setback for Britain's new prime minister and raises absorbing questions about how a general election might play out.
Two months after its election, Belgium is having great difficulty putting together a government. The problem is that the two halves of the country are moving in different directions.
Boris Johnson has finally got what he wanted, but his options are severely limited. Try your hand on a Brexit flowchart to work out what might happen next.
Ukraine's new parliament will be very much to the president's liking, with his party demonstrating strong support across the country.