Calls have emerged from many sources for Congress or the Cabinet to remove Trump from office in the wake of the U.S. Capitol incursion Jan. 6. Who could act, and what could they do?
The most important changes in Scott Morrison's limited reshuffle are centred on two vital and controversial issues that will severely test the government in coming months.
President-elect Joe Biden's cabinet picks show a preference for ability and a desire to reengage with the world.
Only one in four members of the Morrison government are women, so it's little wonder their ideas for COVID recovery has all been "men first".
Reactions to Chrystia Freeland’s appointment as finance minister demonstrate how qualifications and arguments about merit are deployed to women’s disadvantage in politics.
Vice presidential picks don't have much direct effect on campaigns, but can give voters insight on a candidate's judgment and leadership ability. Early Cabinet selections are likely to be similar.
By giving minister positions to both supporting and opposing parties, Jokowi seems to want to consolidate political power in this second government period.
What is Boris Johnson's Brexit plan?
Geoff Crisp speaks with Michelle Grattan about the week in politics.
Scott Morrison's new ministry includes a few new faces and several new roles for familiar cabinet members. Our experts take a closer look at each portfolio.
President Cyril Ramaphosa has revived a presidential advisory unit shut down by his predecessor. He needs it if he is to use his power effectively to improve his government's policy coherence.
The reason we know more about a post-election Labor ministry is that most of its occupants are already “shadowing” the jobs they'd hold.
New research shows that female politicians spend more on health and education, improving the well-being of a population.
Ethiopian Prime Minister, Abiy Ahmed, has created a peace ministry but that may not be enough to stabilize the East African state.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison has unveiled his ministry, rewarding his supporters who also making room for some Peter Dutton supporters - with the exception of Tony Abbott.
It's been a rough ride lately, but maybe, just maybe, the PM could now navigate her way to Brexit success.
The UK has a constitutional convention of collective ministerial responsibility. Here's why it matters – and must endure.
We need to balance a legitimate desire for transparency in politics with the need for free and thoughtful debate.
It's increasingly difficult for investigative journalists to hold governments to account – partly due to anti-terror and security laws making it harder for whistleblowers to act.
The billionaires, business leaders and other elites who gathered in Davos praised the president's policies, yet research on the politics of economic growth suggests it's too soon to celebrate.