A new refugee crisis erupts as a move in a diplomatic battle between Spain and Morocco.
Chile's process of drafting a new constitution takes a step forward, with various shades of left winning a majority in the constitutional convention.
The purging of Liz Cheney is another signal of the United States entering very dark territory. The lesson for Australia needs to be heeded.
Scotland's nationalists have been returned for another term in office, but it's not clear that a renewed push for independence would be a wise move.
Two hundred years on from the death of Napoleon, his legacy has never ceased to be a live political question in France. Emmanuel Macron is the latest to try to deal with it.
A year out from France's presidential election, Emmanuel Macron's strongest card is once again the disunity of his opponents, and especially the fact that the far right is at the head of the pack.
Another Balkan election on Sunday, with Albania's two-term government facing an uncertain fate.
This month our regular electoral roundup brings news from Greenland, Samoa, Georgia and Western Australia.
Andrew Peacock was a flawed Liberal leader, but it is not mere nostalgia to think that he was a great deal more admirable than most of his successors.
The momentum for marijuana legalisation in the United States now seems unstoppable, but the lessons may not generalise to other countries and other issues.