Charles Richardson September 19, 2017
Recommending a survey article on tribalism in American politics.
Charles Richardson September 6, 2017 1 Comment
Britain's debate on the terms of Brexit seems to be producing a fundamental party realignment, as Labour commits itself to support of the single market. How far can this go?
Charles Richardson August 16, 2017 3 Comments
Judith Brett argues that Malcolm Turnbull should have learned some lessons from Alfred Deakin, but perhaps the problem is that his opponents have already been learning them.
Charles Richardson July 20, 2017 2 Comments
An American liberal's interpretation of "neoliberalism" explores the messaging strategy of the left.
Charles Richardson July 11, 2017 2 Comments
Emmanuel Macron faces many policy challenges, but he is at least enjoying continued success in his project of disrupting the French party system.
Charles Richardson June 30, 2017 1 Comment
As the financial year comes to a close, we tie up some loose ends on recent electoral news.
Charles Richardson June 21, 2017 6 Comments
Republicans win an astronomically expensive Congressional race in Georgia, and almost lose the low-profile one in neighboring South Carolina.
Charles Richardson June 8, 2017 2 Comments
An increased Conservative majority is the most likely outcome from Britain's general election, but unreliable polling and unstable party dynamics make prediction hazardous.
Charles Richardson May 30, 2017
British Columbia gets a government, and Canada's Conservatives get a new leader.