Are Australia's "libertarians" really authoritarians in disguise? Upper house voting in Victoria provides a clue.
The Republican Party underperforms expectations in the US midterms, greatly reducing the likelihood of Donald Trump getting a clear run for the 2024 nomination.
Italy gets a new prime minister and Britain is about to do the same. They face very different challenges.
Liz Truss bows out, and the Conservative Party tries changing the rules to prevent further embarrassment. But the constitutional problem runs deep.
India's Congress Party has a new leader, but it's far from clear that he can provide the dynamism needed in difficult times.
Another early election, this time in Malaysia, whose prime minister looks set to win a majority in his own right.
Our monthly roundup of election news covers Kenya, Canada, Brazil and Austria.
Scott Morrison's new job has largely past without comment, but it's worth noting for what it says about the state of centre-right politics worldwide.
Britain gets a new prime minister today with the elevation of Liz Truss to the Conservative leadership. What does it all mean?
A president narrowly returned in Angola, a high-profile loss in Alaska and the draft constitution goes down in Chile.