Slovakia's political strongman is facing another defeat, with his preferred presidential candidate trailing his liberal opponent in the polls.
Czechia and Tibet: compare and contrast. Can history tell us anything about appeasement?
With Theresa May having failed to extract anything new from negotiations with the EU, Britain could be heading towards a fresh referendum – which would mean a huge disruption to the party system.
Reading suggestions for your weekend, which might be particularly helpful if you've got the day off on Monday.
If we debate compulsory voting, or other electoral matters, what other countries should Australia compare itself with?
Victorian voters took out their anger on the Liberal Party last November. Scott Morrison is desperately hoping that they've got it out of their system.
Estonia is set for a new government, but its composition is not yet clear. Voters don't seem to be demanding radical change.
A new book reopens the debate over compulsory voting. Australians seem comfortable with it; here are some reasons why they should think again.
Estonia's government faces the voters on Sunday. The rise of the far right is again part of the story, but it's more complicated than that.
Two somewhat flawed elections at the weekend returned predictable results.