Voters in Guinea-Bissau participated in a general election to elect a new government following a 2012 coup d'état.
Low turnout in the first round of voting means a second round will be held on April 27, 2014.
The Carnegie Endowment will host a panel discussion assessing the implications of Afghanistan’s and India’s elections for governance in the two countries and for the bilateral and trilateral relationships among Afghanistan, Pakistan, and India, as well as for U.S. policy
The Carngie Endowment will host Prof. Meredith Weiss for a discussion on the role of money in shaping Indonesia's electoral system and outcomes.
Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo has signed the National Popular Vote Compact.
The Wilson Center’s Mexico Institute and the Inter-American Dialogue will host Prof. John Bailey as he presents his new book, The Politics of Crime in Mexico: Democratic Governance in a Security Trap.
Please join us for a discussion on increasing the political participation of persons with disabilities in development programs.
Early elections to the National Assembly of Quebec give the opposition Liberal Party a majority.
Election results from Hungary show the electoral alliance of Fidesz and KDNP winning a constitutional majority of seats in the National Assembly.
The second round of voting in Costa Rica gives the Citizens' Action Party candidate a resounding win.
The Indian general elections, the largest elections in the world, began on April 7.
The latest installment of the Middle East Institute's Louis R. Hughes Lecture Series will bring together a group of experts to discuss the Afghan election's outcome, its impact on national reconciliation, and how it will effect the country's relationships in the region and with the West.
In the second round of voting, Andrej Kiska has been elected the president of Slovakia.
Preliminary results of the local elections on 30 March show a resounding victory for Prime Minister Recep Tayyip ERDOGAN’s Justice and Development Party (AKP).
The New America Foundation will host a discussion on the 2014 elections in Afghanistan and what they will mean for the country's future.
The Washington Institute will host a Policy Forum to discuss the results of Turkey's local elections.
The Constitutional Court has cancelled the results of the election held on February 2, 2014 due to constitutional violations.
The Search for Common Ground's Great Lakes Policy Forum will host a discussion on the challenges and opportunities Burundian youth face, including their impact on the country’s prospects for peace and prosperity.
Taiwanese student demonstrators continue their occupation of the Legislative Yuan building in Taipei, despite a police crackdown on protesters and a personal plea by President MA Ying-jeou.
Dr. Kikue Hamayotsu, an expert in religion and politics in Muslim-majority states in Southeast Asia, will present her findings as to why Islam is no longer winning in Indonesian elections, based on her field research.
The SETA Foundation will host a discussion on the prospects and implications of Turkey's upcoming elections.
The Carnegie South Asia Program will host a discussion of the key themes surrounding India’s 2014 election and its aftermath.
The electoral list led by Aleksandar Vučić is set to have a majority in the Serbian National Assembly
The government of Crimea has signed a treaty of accession with the Russian government.
No candidate received an absolute majority of the vote in the first round, necessitating a second round of voting on March 29, 2014.