Australia's enthusiasm for early voting shows no sign of abating. In a roundabout way, that might be good news for the government.
South Africa goes to the polls to give its new president a mandate in his own right. Change may be on the way, but it comes slowly.
British local elections have led the major parties to talk more optimistically about a Brexit deal, but the political dynamics are still against it.
Two-thirds of a million Australians have already voted, a fortnight before election day. Is that a problem, and should we maybe have a discussion about it?
Another win for the centre-left in Europe, as the Macedonian government gets a president more to its liking.
Reflections on the scope of the centre-left victory in Spain provide possible lessons for Australia's parties as well.
With nine months until voting starts, the campaign for the Democrat presidential nomination is well under way – with, so far, six front-runners.
Good news at last for the European centre-left, as its vote in Spain consolidates while that of its opponents splinters.
Spain's Socialist prime minister looks to have made the right decision in calling a snap election, but victory is by no means assured.
Sunday's Spanish election follows a long period of political confusion, but this time voters face a clear choice.