By-elections rarely produce interesting results, and last week's in Eden-Monaro was no exception. A quick explanation for the lack of surprise.
The scheduled date arrives for Israel to take step towards annexing (parts of) the West Bank, without much happening. This is no surprise.
Democrats are set on making Washington DC into a new state. It makes political but not constitutional sense.
Victoria is to get an extra seat in the House of Representatives and Western Australia is to lose one. The difficult problem, however, is representation for the territories.
The investigation of pre-poll voting turns to voter behavior. Is the method of voting sorting voters along party lines? Or is it perhaps influencing how they vote?
Australia's pre-poll voting boom shows no signs of ending, creating headaches for electoral administrators. Should we, as Antony Green suggests, start counting pre-poll votes before the polls have closed for everyone else?
Most world leaders, including our own Scott Morrison, are enjoying high approval ratings during the Covid-19 crisis. Donald Trump, however, is not doing so well.
Controversy about James Cook offers a window into the way certain politicians can imagine themselves as supporters of national sovereignty while defending imperialism and colonialism.
Fascinating constitutional issues raised by a dispute over who is (or should be) opposition leader in the Northern Territory.
Election results from three jurisdictions – South Korea, Wisconsin and Brisbane – show varying support for incumbents in a time of crisis.