Another democracy index, this one obtained by asking people what they think. But are they just telling the pollsters what they want to hear?
More than four months after the February election, Ireland is heading for a coalition government – provided the Greens membership can be persuaded to go along.
Poland's delayed presidential election gets a new date, amid a government campaign to capitalise on homophobia.
Central European history is once again a factor in domestic politics. Meanwhile, there's another anniversary in the South Atlantic.
A libertarian blog folds, but its project is more important than ever.
The investigation of pre-poll voting turns to voter behavior. Is the method of voting sorting voters along party lines? Or is it perhaps influencing how they vote?
Another anniversary of China's 1989 uprising passes, with the future of Hong Kong hanging in the balance.
A new book about political realignment raises important questions.
Australia's pre-poll voting boom shows no signs of ending, creating headaches for electoral administrators. Should we, as Antony Green suggests, start counting pre-poll votes before the polls have closed for everyone else?
Suriname's president and former dictator loses badly at the polls, but it's not yet clear whether he'll accept the result.