Nine parties have won seats in the Costa Rican Legislative Assembly.
Following the release of low polling numbers, PLN candidate Johnny Araya has ended his campaign.
On February 28, the Atlantic Council hosted an event on Mexico's recent electoral reforms and the role of the Federal Electoral Tribunal.
A referendum on the status of the Autonomous Republic of Crimea will be held on March 30.
Violent protests rocked Bosnia-Herzegovina in early February -- the worst since the war ended in 1996.
The creation of a caretaker administration in Ukraine has been delayed until Thursday, 27 February, as Acting President Oleksander TURCHYNOV attempts to negotiate a unity government amid political infighting and economic collapse.
The Atlantic Council will host a roundtable discussion with representatives of the Federal Electoral Tribunal of Mexico on the country's recent political and electoral reforms.
The U.S. Institute of Peace, Voice of America, and Alliance in Support of the Afghan People will host a two panel public event that will examine the U.S.-Afghan relationship, both its history and its future potential.
Rached Ghannouchi, co-founder and president of Tunisia’s Ennahda Party, will give an address at the Carngegie Endowment for International Peace on what lies ahead for his country.
Official results from the first round of voting in Costa Rica show no candidate crossing the 40 percent threshold.
Venezuelan police have raided the headquarters of the opposition Popular Will Party, after a week of violent student protests.
Voters cast their votes on three proposals in Switzerland, including one to limit immigration.
Yoichi Masuzoe won the early election to replace Naoki Inose as Governor of Tokyo.
A referendum has narrowly passed that will force the Swiss government to impose immigration quotas and restrict migrant labor from European Union countries.
Experts will address the current state of affairs in Egpyt, Tunisia, Libya, and Yemen and the political and economic challenges they will face in in the next few years.
NED will host an event discussing the current demonstrations in Ukraine in the context of the country's long-term struggle for democratization.
Salvador Sanchez Ceren falls short of absolute majority in first round of presidential elections, meaning a run-off will be held on March 9, 2014.
With almost 90% of votes counted in Costa Rica, a run-off appears likely in presidential election.
Gagauzia, an autonomous region in Moldova, held three referendums on their desires for the future of their region.
The Tunisian parliament has approved a caretaker cabinet to lead the country until new elections are held.
Despite lukewarm support, President Juan Manuel SANTOS is favored to win four more years in Colombia's upcoming presidential election.
Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola AZAROV has resigned, amid massive protests in Kiev.
The Wilson Center will host a series of discussions on several recent and upcoming elections in Latin America.
On October 5, Brazilians will head to the polls to elect a new president, along with new representatives, senators, state governors and state legislators.
IFES will host an event examining the Euromaidan protests and what they mean for Ukraine's future.