First Past the Post: September 14

The policy differences that would need to be bridged in any VVD-Labour coalition in the Netherlands following Wednesday’s election.

Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh passes reforms to ease foreign investment in India’s retail and aviation sectors.

Catching up with Hamdeen Sabahi’s leftist/nationalist movement in Egypt.

Moon Jae-in is set to win the presidential nomination on Sunday of the Democratic United Party (민주통합당, or the ‘Minju Tonghap-dang’) in South Korea; but whither Ahn Cheol-soo?

London mayor Boris Johnson is now the most respected politician in the UK.

A Spiegel interview with Philipp Rösler, Germany’s economy minister on his Vietnamese roots.

Allies and opponents alike are lining up against the potential reelection of president Cristina Fernández de Kirchner in Argentina.

Will October be too late for Greece?

U.S. president Barack Obama tells Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu that his ‘red line’ is Iran’s acquiring a nuclear bomb.

Senegal’s legislature votes to abolish its senate.