Chesham and Amersham had never been anything but a shade of blue since the constituency’s inception in 1974, but a stunning Liberal Democrat victory has shown the continual realignment of the electorate in recent years. Continue reading Lib Dem triumph in Chesham and Amersham proves Labour is a lost party under Starmer
In Italy the Draghi government, chosen by the president of the republic, after the crisis of the Conte’s government, is causing a small earthquake in the political scene of the country, never as jagged and quarrelsome as now. Continue reading What’s happening to the Italian centre-right?
The Indian variant was not only devastating in terms of the spread of the virus itself – but for Asian people, a familiar challenge awaits. Continue reading How the Covid-19 crisis in India shaped the Asian Lives Matter movement
Keiko Fujimori did her best to delay the celebrations, but Pedro Castillo’s stunning victory in Peru has been all but confirmed as he continues to widen his electoral lead. Continue reading Pedro Castillo’s seismic Peru victory signals return of the Pink Tide in Latin America
Whenever a US President and a UK Prime Minister meet, the health of this friendship is always a hot topic of discussion. Continue reading Redaction Weekly: How ‘special’ is the relationship?
While councils across the UK fell into Tory hands at last month’s local elections, the Labour Party in Preston had different ideas. Continue reading Preston Model: How one Labour council defied Starmer’s failures using Community Wealth Building
Although misgivings about the government’s handling of the crisis contributed to a significant fall in support for the right-wing ruling party, Poles will want to quickly move on from the issue if the pandemic subsides. Continue reading How has the coronavirus pandemic crisis affected Polish politics?
Campaigners have expressed “serious concern” over the failure of Peru’s electoral commission to register their international observers for today’s election. Continue reading Peru election threatened by ‘authoritarian intervention’
Keiko Fujimori will bring back ‘the worst days in Peru’s history’ if she wins the election on Sunday, a former congressional candidate has said. Continue reading Fujimorismo accused of representing the ‘antithesis to democracy’ ahead of Sunday’s crucial election in Peru
Former Greek finance minister Yanis Varoufakis claims Syriza leader Alexis Tsipras eventually bent to the will of EU ‘budget responsibility.’ Continue reading Yanis Varoufakis reveals hows Syriza ‘capitulated’ to EU on anti-austerity