As the Trumpists continue their campaign on "election fraud", politicians from both sides are in denial about the seriousness of the threat to American democracy.
Most of Europe's far-right parties agree on a declaration of policy towards the EU. Could it be a step towards bigger things?
Every vote will count in the Swedish parliament, after the centre-left government fell last week on a vote of confidence.
Donald Rumsfeld, architect of invasion and torture, dies peacefully and unmolested. The results of his work live on.
Catalonia's jailed independence leaders are to be released, in the first step towards possible reconciliation. Nationalist leaders – and their voters – are not happy.
Initial efforts by the Biden presidency to fend off threats to democracy in the United States are not going so well. Perhaps it's time to try a new angle.
France opts for an early date for New Caledonia's next vote on independence. That accords with the wishes of the anti-independence forces, but their task remains a difficult one.
Cyprus's legislative election produces the expected result. Meanwhile, a long-delayed election was held in another very interesting divided country.
Not all incumbents have benefited from Covid-19: Brazil shows that a sufficiently bad performance will eventually turn the tide of public opinion.
A constitutional crisis in Samoa has so far failed to attract much support for democracy from the Australian government.