In a sense, Australia's electoral system got the right result at the weekend. But it's important to understand how it shapes the nature of our politics.
Scott Morrison's government scores a surprise victory in Australia.
South Africa goes to the polls to give its new president a mandate in his own right. Change may be on the way, but it comes slowly.
British local elections have led the major parties to talk more optimistically about a Brexit deal, but the political dynamics are still against it.
Australian commentators still mostly get the Liberal Party wrong. For a start, the wet-dry division isn't a factional conflict.
Reflections on the scope of the centre-left victory in Spain provide possible lessons for Australia's parties as well.
With nine months until voting starts, the campaign for the Democrat presidential nomination is well under way – with, so far, six front-runners.
Sunday's Spanish election follows a long period of political confusion, but this time voters face a clear choice.
Final results from the New South Wales state election show the Liberal Democrats missing out on an upper house seat, for interesting reasons.
Peter Costello suggests that the Liberal Party should concentrate on issues that unite it. The problem is that such issues are hard to find.