Ethiopia's leader is a worthy recipient of the Nobel peace prize, but there is a lot of work still to be done in his country and the region.
Polish voters have the opportunity tomorrow either to deliver a check to the worldwide campaign to wind back liberal democracy, or to give it further momentum.
The decision about prorogation is not the only controversy Britain's supreme court has engaged in recently. An attempt to rein in the intelligence services raised some similar issues.
The Democrats have set out on the road towards impeaching Donald Trump. There are echoes of Watergate, but the Republican Party has changed a lot in 45 years.
Another week, another round of Brexit manoeuvring. Is the British government serious about a deal?
The Chinese Communist Party today celebrates 70 years of power as perhaps the most successful totalitarian movement of modern times.
A look through the Crikey archive at the career of former French president Jacques Chirac, who died last week.
Austria's young centre-right leader looks set for a good result on Sunday, and should have some new options for forming government.
Boris Johnson loses big at the supreme court. It's a radical decision, but one with a solid grounding in the peculiarities of British constitutional law.
Israel's second election for the year has failed to solve the problem thrown up by the last one, but it has put Benjamin Netanyahu more on the defensive.