It's a deal! Well, sort of: Boris Johnson has an agreement with the Europeans, but now he has to somehow get it through parliament.
The Democrats have set out on the road towards impeaching Donald Trump. There are echoes of Watergate, but the Republican Party has changed a lot in 45 years.
A look through the Crikey archive at the career of former French president Jacques Chirac, who died last week.
Israel's second election for the year has failed to solve the problem thrown up by the last one, but it has put Benjamin Netanyahu more on the defensive.
Britain won't be going to the polls next month, but it still looks as if an election can't be long delayed.
Italy gets a new government (with its old prime minister), as the centre-left links up with the populists, but Spain seems unable to pull off the same deal.
Elections in two German states this weekend provide another opportunity for pundits to fret about the rise of the far right. So far, however, the centre-right is holding firm.
The paradox of David Koch, who died last week, is that his political activism ended up empowering forces that were deeply hostile to his libertarian convictions.
Italy looks to be heading towards a coalition of some sort between the populists and the centre-left. Will Silvio Berlusconi join in?
Like its Italian counterpart, the British parliament faces big decisions about whether to bring down a government and what to put in its place, but it does so under somewhat different constitutional rules.