More than four months after the February election, Ireland is heading for a coalition government – provided the Greens membership can be persuaded to go along.
Poland's delayed presidential election gets a new date, amid a government campaign to capitalise on homophobia.
A new book about political realignment raises important questions.
Brazil's president is doing his best to make Donald Trump look moderate and responsible. He also lacks some of Trump's institutional support.
Many people who inexplicably call themselves libertarians are opposed to the measures governments have taken to respond to the health crisis. What would they have them do instead?
Ex-Republican Justin Amash puts his hand up for the Libertarian Party presidential nomination, again raising the question of how a strong Libertarian candidate might affect the election.
Time of crisis produces another national unity government – or at least the makings of one – this time in Ireland. Will a partnership between historic rivals reshape the party system?
Fascinating constitutional issues raised by a dispute over who is (or should be) opposition leader in the Northern Territory.
Election results from three jurisdictions – South Korea, Wisconsin and Brisbane – show varying support for incumbents in a time of crisis.
Hungary's slide into authoritarianism exposes divisions within the centre-right, and not just in Europe.