Israeli elections usually involve minor reshuffles among the same cast of characters. This one looks like following the pattern, but it may be that Netanyahu's luck will finally run out.
Change in the Middle East didn't finish with the Arab Spring. Algeria's president resigned this week, and his counterparts in Sudan and Turkey are under threat.
Brexit is back in the House of Commons tonight, with the possibility that the government's loss of control may become permanent.
Britain's House of Commons votes to seize the initiative from the hapless Theresa May, signalling a bad setback for the hard Brexiters.
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.
If we debate compulsory voting, or other electoral matters, what other countries should Australia compare itself with?
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.