Lauren Burke examines the implementation of gender quotas and their impact on women's participation in politics.
This article uses the cases of Greece and the United Kingdom to examine the different ways that nationalism underlies Eurosceptic rhetoric and analyze how this could shape the future of the European Union.
African leaders recently gathered in Washington D.C. to discuss the continent's future. Elections and conflict analyst Gregory Wallsworth weighs in on the discussion.
Turkey will hold the first round of its presidential election on August 10th, 2014.
Indonesia held one of the world’s largest single day elections on Wednesday, July 9, 2014 to determine its next president.
IFES' ElectionGuide.org seeks pieces examining electoral challenges in contexts that are conflict prone, politically transitioning, or undergoing other processes of institutional reform for its Digest section.
Over 500 million voters are eligible to participate in voting for the European Parliament from May 22-25. What are the implications of the election and what does it mean for the future of the EU?