The India Project at the Brookings Institution will examine the upcoming 2014 Lok Sabha elections in India.
Thai Prime Minister Yingluck SHINAWATRA announced that she will be dissolving parliament, amid massive anti-government protests in Bangkok.
Key reforms enacted since widespread fraud marred Afghanistan’s 2009 and 2010 polls have brought about a guarded optimism about next year’s elections.
Cathy Russell, U.S. ambassador-at-large for global women's issues, will discuss the future of women's political participation around the world.
Results from the November 19 Constituent Assembly elections in Nepal have been released.
Croatian voters have backed a referendum to amend the constitution to ban gay marriage.
A citizen's initiative to cap executive salaries has fallen short in Switzerland.
IFES will host a panel discussion on the state of the political transition in Yemen and the challenges it will face in formulating and implementing a new national roadmap.
The panel tasked with amending the draft constitution written under ousted President MORSI’s administration has approved the constitution for a referendum.
A panel of experts will address the current negotiations between the Colombian government and the FARC, and how the upcoming presidential election is likely to affect the peace process.
Speaking at the School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University, Tunisian professor Dr. Wassim DAGHRIR gave a first-hand account of the Tunisian Revolution and provided insight into how local Tunisians view their country’s current political tensions.
The Honduran presidential election held on 24 November ended in confusion after two candidates declared victory and multiple candidates denounced the results as fraudulent.
Kevin Casas-Zamora, Secretary for Political Affairs at the Organization of American States, will discuss the OAS's perspective on Hemispheric issues at the Elliott School for International Affairs.
The first round of elections in Chile leaves no candidate with an absolute majority.
In the second round of voting, Abdulla Yameen has been elected as president of the Maldives.
With the November 24 presidential and parliamentary elections just around the corner, experts gathered at the Heritage Foundation on Tuesday to discuss the candidates and the implications of the upcoming vote.
On Tuesday 19 November, Nepali voters head to the polls to elect a new Constituent Assembly, tasked with forming a new government and drafting a new constitution for the country.
Panelists will discuss the upcoming presidential elections in Hondruas, the country's long-term challenges, and what role the United States should play in the region.
Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Bülent Arınç will discuss recent developments in Turkey and what they will mean for democratization, as well as some of the challenges the country will face going forward.
The re-run presidential election in the Maldives saw Mohamed Nasheed gain the most votes in the first round.
Voters in Chile will elect a new President, and members of the Senate and Chamber of Deputies.
On February 2, 2014, the Republic of El Salvador will hold its first presidential election since the Leftist Farabundo Martí National Liberation Front (FMLN) came to power in 2009.
The Maldives is experiencing a constitutional crisis after current president Mohammed Waheed HASSAN refused to step down from office when his term officially ended on November 10.
The legitimacy of Afghanistan's next government will hinge in large measure on whether next April's elections are regarded as credible, particularly in light of fraud that marred the country’s polls in 2009 and 2010.
The United States Institute of Peace will host H.E. Mohamed M. Tawfik, Egyptian Ambassador to the United States, to discuss the state of Egypt's political transition.