Theresa May is humiliated but promises to carry on: a result both shocking and utterly predictable.
The Brexit endgame is about to begin, with the British parliament set to reject the prime minister's deal tomorrow.
Do libertarians deserve much of the blame for Trumpism? Two fine American writers disagree.
A new edition of the Democracy Index raises questions about the relationship between political and other freedoms.
For your holiday reading, a "best-of" selection from the blog's non-election stories of last year.
The Brexit drama continues, with Theresa May getting cold feet and the European Court of Justice lending the remainers a hand.
France's government faces a protest movement with legitimate grievances, but also some very disturbing features.
Remembering Gladstonian liberalism, and contemplating its continued relevance.
Local elections in Taiwan suggest dissatisfaction with the incumbents and a preference for improving relations with mainland China.
Britain's parliament has two weeks to approve the agreement for leaving the EU. Assuming it doesn't, then what?