A century on, Mussolini's heirs look set to return to power in Italy. How worried should we be?
Our monthly roundup of election news covers Kenya, Canada, Brazil and Austria.
Scott Morrison's new job has largely past without comment, but it's worth noting for what it says about the state of centre-right politics worldwide.
Liechtenstein votes against authorisation of Covid-related restrictions that were no longer in force anyway.
A by-election tomorrow in Western Australia raises some interesting issues, and incidentally reveals just how empty much of Australia is.
The right-of-centre opposition wins a narrow majority in Sweden, but its task of forming a government may not be straightforward.
A knife-edge result in Sweden sees the right better placed to form government, but it will be a couple of days before final figures are available.
Sweden's voters look set to return a parliament very similar to the last one, which may or may not be enough for its centre-left government to hold on.
A New Mexico court enforces the disqualification clause of the fourteenth amendment for the first time in a century. Much bigger targets may be in sight.
Britain gets a new prime minister today with the elevation of Liz Truss to the Conservative leadership. What does it all mean?