Czechia and Tibet: compare and contrast. Can history tell us anything about appeasement?
With Theresa May having failed to extract anything new from negotiations with the EU, Britain could be heading towards a fresh referendum – which would mean a huge disruption to the party system.
A new book reopens the debate over compulsory voting. Australians seem comfortable with it; here are some reasons why they should think again.
Moldova's election has been marked by corruption scandals and a split in the old governing coalition.
Whether in Britain, Australia or the United States, most voters don't want to get rid of the market economy. So actual socialists are trying to convince them that there's no alternative.
Britain's Labour Party loses seven MPs, which might – or might not – be the precursor to a larger split.
While Spain's minority government struggles for survival, the opposition parties have stepped up their rhetorical opposition to anything that smacks of Catalan self-determination.
France's "yellow vests" may have passed their peak, but their impact on French politics is large and uncertain.
The British government remains trapped in its own contradictions over Brexit. There are possible ways out, but they involve compromising the unity of the Conservative Party.
Venezuela's authoritarian regime is tottering at last, but many on the left who should know better are trying to shore it up.