Our regular look at election news around the world. This month, Kazakhstan, Montenegro, Kuwait and the Netherlands.
Category: Middle East
Twenty years on: an Iraq retrospective
A look back across twenty years of commentary on the Iraq war and its consequences.
Georgia's government backs down on its plan to restrict "foreign agents", but it's not clear that this will end the political crisis.
A thaw in the Gulf
A peace deal between Iran and Saudi Arabia has been the cause of some annoyance in Washington, but American policymakers have only themselves to blame.
Turkey’s opposition makes its choice
A consensus candidate is chosen to take on Turkey's authoritarian president in the election scheduled for May.
Is Israeli democracy worth defending?
The defence of Israeli democracy involves overcoming some blind spots on both right and left.
Poland, Israel and the rule of law
Poland's right-wing government moves towards peace with the European Union over rule-of-law issues. Israel is moving fast in the other direction.
Loose ends for Christmas
Tying up some electoral loose ends as we head into the holiday season.
Fifth time lucky for Netanyahu
The fortunes of yet another far-right party are bolstered by the vagaries of an electoral system.
Denmark & Israel
Denmark and Israel both go to the polls for early elections, with neither looking set for a clear-cut outcome.