Hungary's opposition turns to the centre-right to try to save democracy. There may be a lesson there for the United States.
A monthly feature: electoral news from around the world, including Iceland, Japan, Romania and Iraq.
The South Australian government is in disarray after the opposition, with the aid of independents, appears to have taken control of state parliament.
An advance look at France's next presidential election, where the incumbent faces a range of challengers from both sides of the spectrum.
Supporters of Hungary's freshly united opposition flock to the polls to choose candidates to take on their authoritarian government.
The Philippines' controversial president changes his mind about running for vice-president next year. Is he really ready for retirement?
In the wake of the German election the country's Greens and Liberals have begun the search for a common program.
California's governor looks like surviving an attempt to recall him, but the vote casts a light both on some of the state's quirks and on the mania that's taken hold of the Republican Party.
There's a new political crisis in Romania to accompany the existing long-running one in neighboring Bulgaria.
Victoria's Liberal Party dumps its leader and reaches back into its past – a place of dark memories.