The return of Brazil’s two-time left wing president known familiarly as Lula marks a turning point after four years of rightwing rule, but the task will be complicated by his lack of a majority in Congrress. Bolsonaro is gone, but...
Eyes are on Colombia ahead of its presidential vote on May 29, with progressive candidate Gustavo Petro the current frontrunner. Is Colombia set to emulate Chile and Honduras and vote for a left-wing presidential candidate? If Gustavo Petro wins, this will be a first in this country that has experienced much civil war. ?
Do the 2022 UK local elections mark the beginning of the end of Boris Johnson's leadership of the Conservative Party?
A newly united left in France proposes an ambitious program, bridging social justice, ecology and European reform that could challenge Europe’s neoliberal establishment.
France’s two-round presidential election is always followed by a third, which this time is certain to hold a surprise.
“By the pricking of my thumbs, Something wicked this way comes.” Macbeth, William Shakespeare.
Economic incompetence, not foreign interference, led to the fall of a populist prime minister who promised much but failed to deliver.
Marine Le Pen is growing in appeal in France where inflation and economic difficulties are causing discontent, and could cause an upset in the final round of the presidential elections.