“Any action by a president, or any result of an election, or any legislation that has proven flawed can be corrected.”
International election observers assess the state of U.S. politics.
What happens if Donald Trump is defeated?
The upside of the endless presidential race
“One of you will not win this election,” the debate moderator told Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. What then?
One theory for why ISIS hasn’t gained traction in the world's largest Muslim-majority country
Where does Turkey go from here?
Critics claim British voters were unqualified to decide such a complicated issue. But democracy itself isn’t the problem.
The U.S. is pressing ahead with its opening to Cuba. What does that mean for democracy on the island?
The desire for theocracy in the Muslim world can be partly understood through the failures of Western secularism.
From Lord Latimer to Bill Clinton, impeachment has always been political. But how political is too political?
The campaign to name Britain’s research ship was a surprising success. But what’s next?
Why it’s so hard to know
Turkey’s leader was once imprisoned for reciting a poem. Now he wants to jail a German satirist for doing the same.
Is the British government’s response to a naming contest tyrannical? Or the very definition of the democratic process?
The impeachment of Dilma Rousseff is occurring in one of the most politically fragmented countries on earth.
Lost in the debate about Obama's visit to Havana is whether America should isolate enemies in the first place.
How the man behind the Danish cartoons crisis thinks about free speech, 10 years on
European commentators analyze the Republican frontrunner.
Through a series of political scandals, a heroic people that shook off communism are revealing themselves as an ordinary, flawed nation.
What Friday’s elections will accomplish—and what they won’t