Guy RundleApr 24, 201714 Comments
Le Pen is probably not going to win the presidential election, but that does not mean it is smooth sailing for France's future relationship with the EU.
Guy RundleApr 21, 201721 Comments
Jeremy Corbyn hasn't a hope in hell, and Theresa May's high-stakes gamble will pay off -- for her, but Britain is lost.
Guy RundleApr 21, 201712 Comments
Barring a miracle or collective polling error -- neither of which favour a secular mainstream party -- Benoit Hamon and the Parti Socialiste are toast.
Guy RundleApr 19, 201712 Comments
Nowhere else is best placed to find a way through to new possibilities for organising life in modernity to the benefit of all.
Guy RundleApr 18, 201717 Comments
Should Marine Le Pen and the National Front (FN) triumph, well that’s it for the EU.
Guy RundleApr 18, 20177 Comments
Gerard Henderson is, among other things, incensed that Christians are being "sneered" at on the public broadcaster.
Guy RundleApr 13, 20179 Comments
Politics is a series of kludges in which the unintended consequences pile up until the machine is silted to stasis, and we have to dig it out and start again.
Guy RundleApr 12, 201719 Comments
Guy Rundle remembers a comic genius.
Guy RundleApr 10, 201728 Comments
There is very little else Trump could have done, as far as domestic politics goes, other than hit back after a chemical attack.
Guy RundleApr 6, 201727 Comments
Donald Trump says Syria has crossed "many lines" with use of chemical weapons, but what will he actually do about it?