Post Tagged with: "Election"

The strange case of the party leaders outside of parliament
/ March 13, 2015

The strange case of the party leaders outside of parliament

As the General Election approaches, Natan Bram explores the unique dynamics created by party leaders who have deliberately opted to stay out of Parliament

The Tiger Looks to the Future
/ August 17, 2014

The Tiger Looks to the Future

Siddharth Venkataramakrishnan asks what the results of the latest Indian election mean for its future

Jokowi: The Man You Want to Win
/ August 17, 2014

Jokowi: The Man You Want to Win

Elizabeth Dykstra-McCarthy argues that the Indonesian election has ushered in an era of hope and change

The Rise of the Selectorate
/ September 14, 2013

The Rise of the Selectorate

Having seen electoral primaries disappear from the coalition agenda, Graham Atkins investigates their potential impact

Can Democratic Elections Save the Baloch?
/ May 13, 2013

Can Democratic Elections Save the Baloch?

Sharik Bashir on whether the biggest province in Pakistan, home to poverty and insurgency, will prevail in this month’s elections

A Country and its Amnesia
/ April 30, 2013

A Country and its Amnesia

Italy has not yet come to terms with the ghost of its fascist past

A Mysterious Coup
/ April 22, 2013

A Mysterious Coup

The Maldives’ former president is not about to go quietly

Hustings Hubris
/ April 16, 2013

Hustings Hubris

Are TV election debates politically useful

American Election Volunteers: The British Contribution
/ February 15, 2013

American Election Volunteers: The British Contribution

Last year's Presidential race saw "the special relationship" create a new kind of investment, with many young Brits heading over to help on the campaigns

A Splitting Headache
/ November 28, 2012

A Splitting Headache

Guy Bud examines the influence of the separatist New Flemish Alliance in Belgian politics, and asks what the future holds for this divided country