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Bulgaria after its national elections: new kids on the block

April 13, 2021

Are legal gender quotas an antidote to the deficit in women’s political representation?

March 30, 2021

The Liberal Party once again emerges as the largest party in the Dutch pandemic election

March 30, 2021

After the 2021 Dutch general election, can Volt become a genuine pan-European force?

March 26, 2021

The annulment of ex-president Lula’s conviction is a turning point in Brazil’s 2022 elections

March 24, 2021
February 11, 2021

How the mobilisation of the politically disaffected works to the advantage of right-wing populist parties

Julia Schulte-Cloos To understand support for right-wing populist parties, we need to analyse not just voters who disengage from established parties, but also those who never voted in the first place, writes Julia Schulte-Cloos Read more
January 26, 2021

The so-called crisis of political parties is, in fact, evidence of their adaption. Here's why

Elisa Volpi Political distrust and reduced party identification suggest that political parties are in crisis. Elisa Volpi argues that parties are not in terminal decline, but undergoing a process of adaptation Read more
December 3, 2020

Are we witnessing the end of ethnic parties in Lithuania?

Kiryl Kascian In Lithuania's recent parliamentary election, the party claiming to represent the interests of Polish and other minorities failed to reach the electoral threshold. As Kiryl Kascian writes, this could bring an end to the representation of minorities in Lithuanian politics Read more
November 17, 2020

Belarus is in an unprecedented political crisis with no resolution in sight

Hanna Vasilevich In August 2020, following a hotly disputed presidential election, Aliaksandr Lukashenko was declared President of Belarus. Since then, the country has experienced relentless street protests against electoral fraud, writes Hanna Vasilevich Read more
November 16, 2020

Biden's narrow victory means power-sharing with the Republicans

Richard Johnson Joe Biden won the American presidential election, but by such a narrow margin that, when combined with the outcome of the congressional elections, and especially the possibility of a Republican-controlled Senate, his power to achieve much is likely to be severely constrained, writes Richard Johnson Read more

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