Nate Silver at FiveThirtyEight.com reviews his site's performance in last year's election, with interesting results.
Peru's presidential elections always seem to be close, and Sunday's was no exception.
France opts for an early date for New Caledonia's next vote on independence. That accords with the wishes of the anti-independence forces, but their task remains a difficult one.
Germany's centre-right finally gets some good news, with big gains in a state election at the expense of both far left and far right.
Peru's voters face a difficult choice in the second round of their presidential election, while Mexico holds mid-term legislative elections.
Cyprus's legislative election produces the expected result. Meanwhile, a long-delayed election was held in another very interesting divided country.
Not all incumbents have benefited from Covid-19: Brazil shows that a sufficiently bad performance will eventually turn the tide of public opinion.
After four elections, two months of negotiations and a short war, Israel finally seems on the verge of a change of government.
Cyprus's centre-right president will be hoping that Sunday's election returns a sympathetic legislature for the remainder of his term.
After ten years of civil war, Syria holds what could only generously be described as an election, with predictable results.