The health crisis is boosting Donald Trump's approval ratings, but they remain historically low and historically consistent.
New Zealand opts for reproductive choice, raising questions about the nature of the coalition led by its progressive prime minister.
Ivory Coast's president decides not to push his luck and seek another term. His shoes may be difficult to fill.
A quick success in forming government in Slovakia; a very drawn-out failure in Belgium.
A complicated political crisis in Malaysia threatens to undo the historic election result of 2018, with some lessons for the rest of us.
A resolution of sorts to the crisis in Thuringia, but still no clear answer to the centre-right's dilemma.
Outrage in Germany as liberals and centre-right vote with the far right in a state parliament. Has an important taboo been broken?
Transplanted to the United States, impeachment was never intended as a means to resolve political conflicts. When that use was attempted, it failed – but so did other methods.
As Donald Trump's impeachment trial approaches its inevitable climax, it's worth a look at where this process came from and how it fits in with the United States constitution.
Remembering the Holocaust can't ever be a politically neutral activity. As far-right politics returns to the scene, it's becoming more fraught than ever.