Britain's voters are deeply divided over their country's future, but their electoral system obscures that division and creates an artificial majority.
The departure of Bolivia's Evo Morales is a defeat for autocracy, but may not be a gain for democracy.
Hong Kong's democrats win a big victory in local elections.
Britain's December election is going to be a minefield of tactical voting. This is what happens when modern politics collides with a pre-modern electoral system.
Britain's prime minister is very close to getting the election that he wants. But why does he want it just now?
A German state delivers a majority to the extremists after a knife-edge count. Coalition-building is going to be very interesting.
Bolivia's opposition gets very close to forcing the incumbent president to a second round, but not quite close enough.
Canada's radically unreformed electoral system gets the right result for once, at least in its broad outline.
Bolivia's presidential election features competing claims of victory, a cliffhanger count and a president who shouldn't be on the ballot in the first place.
Canada's Liberal government seeks re-election tonight. As usual, its main task is to beat the electoral system.