There's a mood for change in Australia, but it's not yet certain that it's different elements will mesh together well enough to unseat the Morrison government.
Australia's right-wing government is seeking re-election, and hoping that it can out-perform the opinion polls as it did last time.
The war in Ukraine has led to a wave of strategic rethinking in Europe, with ripple effects in a German state election at the weekend.
South Australia's government loses badly despite an apparently successful record in combating Covid-19. Are voters ready to move on to other things?
Your monthly update of electoral news around the world: features Costa Rica, Australia, Spain and Switzerland.
Seventy years of an unusually successful monarch is worth celebrating. But it's also important to note how unusual it is.
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.
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.
Election year in Australia means more talk about preferences. Kevin Bonham is a vital resource for understanding what's going on.