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Corruption and bad governance seem to be getting worse says Mari Marcel Thekaekara. Time to revive hope in...

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The least bad option for Zimbabwe really isn’t good enough, says Mgcini Nyoni. So who should be the next...

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Well, he’s definitely not Hugo Chavez. And he’s unlikely to topple the president in October’s elections, as Jody...

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Electoral gains for radical parties grow out of participation in broader social movements, says Tim Gee....

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Recent council elections in Britain confirmed not just the national swing against the Conservatives, but also the power of...

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Clearly articulating her party’s economics policies would be a good start, reckons Dinyar Godrej.

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The 6 May elections may throw up a few surprises. Katerina Kitidi looks ahead.

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State-backed militaries continue to act with impunity, writes Iris Gonzales.

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Three good doctors have helped to put Tunisia’s body-politic firmly on the road to recovery, says Larbi Sadiki...

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Ed Stocker witnessed first hand how the presidentas curious combo of glitz, compassion and...

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The Pheu Thai Party has defeated the Bangkok élite - royalists,
socialites and military. The lower classes have found...

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Bullet-proof vests are a campaign-trail necessity after scores of candidates are murdered while canvassing for September...

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We tend to treat our government as a joke and our democracy as a farce, says Mari Marcel Thekaekara of India. But often, the...

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Controversy kick-starts Guatemala’s presidential elections.

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Protesters in Iran plan to take to the streets again on 1 March. But President Ahmadinejad may be more worried about a battle...

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When it comes to African politics, being fair can come at a price.

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