Negotiations to form a coalition government with the Green party break down. What happens next?
The Social Democratic Party leader is liked by cosmopolitan and working-class voters. But they don’t actually vote for him.
Both the Republicans and Socialists are divided three ways. Many lawmakers do not even seek reelection.
A stagnating economy and war in Yemen exacerbate the tension between conservative and reform-minded Saudis.
The firing of FBI director James Comey shows how Donald Trump’s authoritarianism and incompetence go hand in hand.
Most Conservative voters believe Theresa May when she accuses the EU of interfering in the British election.
That would mean emphasizing social, as opposed to economic, issues and learning to leave with the EU.
If the party can’t win in its industrial heartland, there is little hope for the federal elections in September.
France has an advantage over the United States: its two-round system allows third parties to thrive without playing spoiler.
Marine Le Pen is seen as part of the same populist backlash that led a majority of British voters to support Brexit.
The centrist former economy minister defeats the leader of the National Front, Marine Le Pen, in the presidential runoff.
Refusing to vote for an uninspiring social democrat and ending up with a xenophobe. Sound familiar?