Australia and the US both apportion seats on the basis of population, but use different approaches to drawing boundaries. It could become a political issue.
Donald Trump's attempt to politicise the census has failed for now, but it raises interesting issues about how representation is supposed to work.
Malcolm Turnbull may have had a hypothetical constitutional manoeuvre to block Peter Dutton, but would the same trick work against Boris Johnson?
Australia was supposed to be part of a centre-left revival, but it didn't work out that way. Only so much blame can be attached to the electoral system.
Turkey's president has his wings clipped in a re-run of Istanbul's mayoral election, showing again that voters don't like sore losers.
Australia's rule for the disposal of former party leaders needs debate and possibly revision. But Bill Shorten is not the ideal person to make that case.
In a sense, Australia's electoral system got the right result at the weekend. But it's important to understand how it shapes the nature of our politics.
Scott Morrison's government scores a surprise victory in Australia.
Bill Shorten and the Labor Party deserve support in tomorrow's Australian election.
After six years of Coalition government and three prime ministers, Labor is favored to return to power in tomorrow's Australian election.