Czechia and Tibet: compare and contrast. Can history tell us anything about appeasement?
While Spain's minority government struggles for survival, the opposition parties have stepped up their rhetorical opposition to anything that smacks of Catalan self-determination.
The current duopoly of power looks like being broken in El Salvador on Sunday, as voters look for someone who can break the cycle of gang violence.
Local elections in Taiwan suggest dissatisfaction with the incumbents and a preference for improving relations with mainland China.
Fiji goes to the polls tomorrow, still ruled by the man who uprooted its democracy 12 years ago. Australia should hang its head in shame.
Despite its troubled history, New Caledonia next month looks set to vote to remain French.
America marks another anniversary, and a libertarian think-tank does good work in arguing against a state of permanent warfare.
Ten years ago, Russia and Georgia went to war. Remembering what happened then might help us now, but it might not.
Cambodia's autocrat predictably wins an "election", but the international community shows little interest.
A left-right contest in Colombia puts in question the country's economic future and the continuation of the peace deal with its left-wing rebels.