University of Canberra Professorial Fellow Michelle Grattan and Director of the Institute for Governance & Policy Analysis, Dr Laine Dare discuss the week in politics.
Trump was the first US president from New York City since Teddy Roosevelt, but he was never a hometown hero. Jubilant celebrations erupted across New York after Biden's projected win.
A round-up of expert analysis from across the world on Biden's win.
It's been said that empathy is Joe Biden's superpower. A therapeutic approach to foreign policy under Biden might go a long way in easing tensions around the world exacerbated by Donald Trump.
This was always a marriage of convenience for the UK prime minister. But that doesn't mean it will be an easy divorce.
The US Catholic Church is more diverse and more divided than it was in JFK's time. Biden could offer an opportunity for the church to move beyond so-called "culture war" issues.
When the scientific establishment gets involved in partisan politics, surveys suggest, there are unintended consequences – especially for conservatives.
The Trump administration has used executive orders, deregulation and delays to reduce environmental regulation. Biden administration officials will use many of the same tools to undo their work.
The question of the Irish border after Brexit is a more pressing matter for the next president than it has been for his predecessor.
Yes, Trump doesn't like to lose. But his obstruction of the presidential election result has another goal: galvanising his base for the Senate runoff elections in Georgia in January.
What has happened to political TV satire? It used to be sharp but this election it missed it mark.
Biden's soft approach to China is expected to accommodate Southeast Asia countries to make both US and China as allies.
The veteran British journalist explained America to English-speaking listeners around the world.
Biden's strong climate change position doesn't appear to have hurt him in the key swing state of Pennsylvania or in the general election more broadly. Here's what it means for Canada.
With a new president in the White House and NASA's chief administrator resigning we can expect changes to space policy.
On Nov. 7, when President-elect Joe Biden urged in his address that we “give each other a chance,” his words summoned Abraham Lincoln’s second inaugural address of 1865.
Joe Biden's election symbolises a return to normalcy and dignity in the US's conduct on the global stage. But the world is changing rapidly, and the president-elect will need to change with it.
The Murdoch-owned cable network was extremely close to the Trump administration and its fans. Now, perhaps not so much.
A new era will require a new approach when it comes to reporting US politics.
Trump is reminiscent of strongmen like Hungary's Viktor Orbán and Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan. A good portion of the electorate like what he's selling anyway. That's a bitter pill for the U.S.