Election news from around the world. This week: Costa Rica, Egypt, Sierra Leone and New Caledonia.
South Africa's odd constitutional structure witnesses another change at the top.
A review of the big elections of the last year and the current state of the "populist" threat.
Another step forward for democracy in West Africa, but it brings reminders of a brutal civil war.
Another disputed presidential election shows Kenyan democracy to be somewhat shaky but still functional.
Conflict looms in Gambia over a contested election result, but it's likely to be very one-sided.
More world electoral news (an occasional feature). Today Macedonia, Bulgaria, Italy and Gambia.
There's a lot happening in the electoral world. Today Romania, France, Iceland and Ghana; part II to follow tomorrow.
Donald Trump's victory comes courtesy of the electoral system, not the voters' choice. And that's not something unusual.
Donald Trump will be the Republican nominee, after his last major rival conceded in Indiana. That, plus updates from Ireland, Iran and Equatorial Guinea.