America marks another anniversary, and a libertarian think-tank does good work in arguing against a state of permanent warfare.
Antisemitism in France is a mixture of change and continuity, which defies simple explanations and easy solutions.
Ten years ago, Russia and Georgia went to war. Remembering what happened then might help us now, but it might not.
Turkey's autocratic president wins re-election and a legislative majority, but the country remains deeply divided.
Sunday's election in Turkey is probably the last chance to arrest its slide into authoritarianism. Polls suggest it could be very close.
Lebanon's long-delayed general election is a poor result for its prime minister, but he may still contrive to keep his job.
With the ruling party in disarray, the opposition edges towards power in Armenia.
People power succeeds in forcing Armenia's prime minister from office after a week of protests; fresh elections are on the cards.
This week's electoral news is from Paraguay, Turkey, Cuba, the United States and the United Kingdom.
A new feature: links to some recent material that readers should find interesting.