Charles Richardson November 13, 2017 5 Comments
So the Coalition no longer has a majority in the House of Representatives. Here's why that's no big deal.
Charles Richardson October 23, 2017
Another election, another bad result for the centre-left. The future direction of Czech politics is uncertain, although public opinion remains basically centrist.
Charles Richardson September 24, 2017
New Zealand copied its democratic electoral system from Germany, but also copied its least democratic and now pointless feature.
Charles Richardson September 14, 2017
Norway's government is returned, partly due to the electoral system. Next stop, New Zealand and Germany.
Charles Richardson September 11, 2017
The non-rise of European populism continues, with Norway's establishment parties facing off in a close election.
Charles Richardson July 6, 2017
A chaotic election in Papua New Guinea represents, among other things, the failings of Australian colonialism.
Charles Richardson June 2, 2017
Malta's very stable political system shows no sign of changing in tomorrow's election.
Charles Richardson May 25, 2017 2 Comments
The US Supreme Court strikes a blow against gerrymandering but also exposes the depth of its own partisan divisions.
Charles Richardson May 1, 2017 5 Comments
France's politicians are looking ahead to the aftermath of Sunday's runoff election, and trying to work out how the new president will put together a parliamentary majority.