Northern Ireland has been without a government for three years, and a lot has happened in that time. Now its parties have agreed to give things another try.
Authoritarianism typically creates problems for its practitioners. Vladimir Putin's plan for constitutional revision represents an attempt to solve some of them.
Spain and Austria are both getting new governments this week, after negotiations produced two very different coalitions.
The first election result for the year brings good news for the centre-left.
The last European election for the year sees Croatia's president in a close fight for re-election.
Labour's loss in last week's British election is being widely blamed on Brexit. But what exactly could it have done differently?
Britain's voters are deeply divided over their country's future, but their electoral system obscures that division and creates an artificial majority.
Britain decides to push ahead with leaving the EU. Or at least, the electoral system decides for it.
Britain's winter election is finally upon us. Boris Johnson is the one to beat, but his victory is by no means assured.
After years of drift towards extremism, Germany's far right party takes a step back towards the mainstream.