Unrest within government ranks and terror at the prospect of a Labor win in 2016 might lead to political regicide. Or Tonecide.
We asked four people living on the outskirts of society if they believe that Greece's new left-wing government can show them better days.
Here's how the annual glut of anniversary features will pan out this year.
Earlier this year we sent some women from Young Labor on a date with some guys from the Young Liberals. Now we get their thoughts on Victoria's state election.
I didn't know much about Klaus Iohannis before he became my president, so I followed him around for a month.
Thousands of ex-pat Romanians helped Klaus Iohannis defeat incumbent Victor-Viorel Ponta in an election that centered around accusations of widespread government corruption.
If you expected a closer result out of New Zealand's weirdest election to date, you were wrong.
The Toronto mayoral candidate appears to be following in his brother Rob's footsteps in that shouting and vitriol follows him wherever he goes.
In case you're late to the table here, the 2014 NZ election campaign has been super weird.
Days before the New Zealand election the government has been accused of knowing that citizens were under mass surveillance.
A new book written using hacked information is dominating New Zealand media while political parties try and get their policies heard ahead of next month's election.
Which election were you watching?
Indonesia's reformist president-elect, Joko Widodo, already faces challenges after being declared the winner late Tuesday night. His rival, Prabowo Subianto, plans to file an appeal alleging widespread fraud in the bitterly fought race.
One inmate is fighting for the right to vote in the September elections, claiming the laws breach the Treaty of Waitangi and disadvantaged Maori.
Apr 8, 2014
With 186 million voters, 235,000 candidates, three time zones, across over 17,000 islands, it's a pretty big operation.
Freedom of speech is important to Andrew Bolt and Chris Kenny. With a few exceptions, of course. That's only reasonable. Like when that speech is mean and hurts their feelings. Then it's a totally different story.
Are quiet governments better governments?
The country's bloodiest election ever was an exercise in depressing idiocy. The ruling party won, but it wasn't much of a victory since the main opposition party boycotted the election, branding it a "farce."
One of the world's newest republics might finally have an elected government again—unless a former rebel group continues to boycott democracy following its humiliating defeat at the polls.
As voters go to the polls this Tuesday in Seattle, Washington, and New York City, they will have a chance to elect candidates that embody the zeitgeist of Zuccotti.
A taste for whistleblowing, recently reignited by Edward Snowden, has spread down to the bottom of Africa into the corrupt corners of Zimbabwe. With less than two weeks to go until the nation attempts to topple Robert Mugabe from a 33-year rule of terror
On Friday British Iranians lined up around the block to vote at the Iranian consulate in London, ID in hand. I wanted to speak to some of those who voted (and some who didn't bother), so I headed to West Kensington, home of the city's biggest Persian comm…
We spoke to a bunch of Iranians, some in Australia and some in Iran, to find out why so many people are ecstatically celebrating Rouhani's election victory.
In a televised speech, Chavez's chosen successor and current interim president Nicolas Maduro said that Chavez had appeared to him as a small bird. "It sang and I responded with a song, and the bird took flight, circled around once and then flew away," he…