electoral politics

Writing Reaction into Theory

International Relations Theory has tended to overlook political reaction, prompting Dr Joseph MacKay to ask why in a recent landmark journal article.

A New Era?

Timor-Leste has made impressive progress since its historic achievement of independence in 2002.

IB2017/13 Suspension of Opposition MPs in Fiji’s Parliament

Fiji’s new parliament that emerged in 2014 after eight years of military rule revived the prospects for parliamentary democracy in that country. However, concerns have been

Jakarta election tests Indonesia's limits of tolerance

Jakarta will go to the polls in an election that presents an unusually stark choice between religious solidarity and governmental performance.

What Women (Candidates) Want

This In Brief deals with a range of issues surrounding elections and campaigning as discussed in the focus groups.

Understanding Electoral Politics in Solomon Islands

The Melanesian state of Solomon Islands is scheduled to hold its next national election in late 2014.

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