A resignation is nothing new, but this particular PM from Lebanon might indicate a sea-change in politics in the Middle East...
The Paradise papers have again exposed the tax arrangements of the most wealthy, following on from the Panama investigation last year. Alex Dickson provides analysis of the potential political implications.
With interest rates set to be doubled, Matilda Jacobs assesses their wider implications.
The sexual misconduct scandal has put Westminster under the spotlight. Kate McIntosh provides her analysis of the the "deep-rooted" culture at the heart of British governance.
Only a month has passed since the deadliest shooting in US history and another gun massacre has traumatized an American town. Danielle Cuaycong asks if US citizens have become desensitised to such occurrences.
After the failure of a Labour party amendment to reduce the voting age to 16, Palatinate Politics puts this issue to a debate asking: should the legal voting age be lowered from 18 to 16?
Guy Wilkinson analyses who will replace the Sultan of Oman, Qaboos bin Said: "With no heir to the throne, there is a myriad of rumours surrounding the palace as to who will be the successor".