Italy's three right-of-centre parties are co-operating to try to win government, but their very different positions on the war in Ukraine may herald a serious problem.
Britain's Conservative Party looks like opting for a leader who, if not herself a populist, will preserve the Brexit-led populist ascendancy.
An early election has been scheduled for September in Italy after the collapse of the Draghi government. Unless their opponents can pull something out of the hat, the right is set for a majority – possibly a fractious one.
Four remaining candidates are fighting for the leadership of the British Conservative Party, representing an interesting mix of diversity and uniformity.
As Boris Johnson comes to the end of the road, his failure is symptomatic of a larger failure of modern politics.
The European Union approves two new candidate countries for membership, one of them very big and difficult. But it's only the start of a long process.
Boris Johnson suffers two sweeping by-election defeats, one of them strongly influenced by tactical voting. It provides an interesting counterpoint to the discussion of tactical voting in Australia.
A regular feature: this month, electoral news from Israel, Bulgaria, Grenada and Australia.
Emmanuel Macron has suffered a major setback in France's parliamentary election, but he and his party are not without reserves of strength.
Four results with conflicting lessons, in Australia, France, Spain and Colombia.