A referendum in Switzerland delivers a big win for public health measures and against the anti-vax lobby.
The resignation of South Australia's embattled deputy premier contains an important lesson for how we think about responsible government.
Britain and Europe are negotiating again, in yet another round of dealing with the consequences of Brexit for Northern Ireland.
Donald Trump's acolytes are not above the law, but the prosecution of Steve Bannon shows that the law in question is a complex one. Matters would be much simpler in Australia.
Kosovo's prime minister warns of warlike Serbian intentions, raising fears of a return to the 1990s in the Balkans.
Continued battles over gerrymandering in the US contrast with the way such things are handled in Australia, as exemplified by a redistribution just completed in Victoria.
Uzbekistan's halting program of liberalisation results in a presidential election that's not much improvement on its predecessor.
After a slow start, Australia's vaccination rate has reached unexpected heights. For some reason, the Trumpism of its leaders has not had the same consequences as in the United States.
Hungary's opposition turns to the centre-right to try to save democracy. There may be a lesson there for the United States.
France commemorates two atrocities with differing political implications: an assassination last year and a massacre sixty years ago.