Benjamin Netanyahu is not the only head of government struggling to stay out of jail. A momentous election is being held overnight in Suriname.
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.
Despite the artificial unity imposed by the health crisis, Belgium remains locked in a political division between north and south. And Europe as a whole has something of the same problem.
Ex-Republican Justin Amash puts his hand up for the Libertarian Party presidential nomination, again raising the question of how a strong Libertarian candidate might affect the election.
In the midst of the pandemic Poland holds a non-election overnight, following a rare backdown by its autocratic leader.
Benjamin Netanyahu is back with a government of "national unity" in Israel committed to implementing his divisive policies.
With six months to go until the US presidential election, it's worth having a look at the pendulum and thinking about where the candidates will need to direct their efforts.
Poland is supposed to hold a presidential election next month. The ruling party is way ahead in the polls, but the health crisis has thrown a spanner in the works.
Time of crisis produces another national unity government – or at least the makings of one – this time in Ireland. Will a partnership between historic rivals reshape the party system?
Final figures from South Korea show that the opposition's attempt to subvert the new electoral system actually worked to the government's benefit.