While we're still thinking about an Australian republic, here's a flashback to how the issue looked 22 years ago, in the aftermath of the referendum defeat.
Many people who should know better are talking up the chances of a Russian invasion of Ukraine.
A monthly feature: election news from around the world. This time, Barbados, Northern Cyprus, the Netherlands and North Macedonia.
Australia's republican movement makes a bid for relevance with a new "model" for how a republic would work. It has some problems.
The political obituaries for Boris Johnson are being written following his latest adverse encounter with the Covid rules. But he has survived near-death experiences before.
Large-scale electoral reform in the United States looks as difficult as ever. But it may be possible to forge a consensus on a more limited but still significant step.
Just as he's busy with a game of bluff with the west over Ukraine, Vladimir Putin finds himself distracted by a crisis in Kazakhstan.
Lani Guinier, controversial scholar of election law and minority rights, dies at 71.
Twelve months after it looked into the abyss, American democracy is still in a perilous condition.
Election year in Australia means more talk about preferences. Kevin Bonham is a vital resource for understanding what's going on.