Trump's opponents within the Republican Party seem to be increasing not just in number, but also in their willingness to indict the party as a whole for how things have turned out.
Black conservative Herman Cain, once a proto-Trumpist presidential candidate, succumbs to the coronavirus. Perhaps it will be a wake-up call to some other Republicans.
With a former prime minister sentenced for corruption, Malaysia's government will have a difficult task in staying afloat.
South Australia's Liberal government wants to change the state's electoral system to its own advantage. But it also happens to be the right thing to do.
Debate over the "palace letters" in Australia brings some focus back to the debate on monarchy vs republic. So do the woes of the former king of Spain.
John Kerr's reports to the palace show him in a poor light but fail to reveal any grand conspiracy. The political debate, however, rolls on independently of the evidence.
Singapore's election will, as usual, not really be an exercise in democracy. But this year the example of Hong Kong reminds us that things could be a lot worse.
The scheduled date arrives for Israel to take step towards annexing (parts of) the West Bank, without much happening. This is no surprise.
Democrats are set on making Washington DC into a new state. It makes political but not constitutional sense.
In yet another apparent case of democratic backsliding, Mongolia's parliamentary election will be an important one to watch.