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Pakistan’s Post-Election Politics and the Formation of the Second Minority Sharif Government
Pakistan’s Post-Election Politics and the Formation of the Second Minority Sharif Government

Analysis of the politics and challenges surrounding Pakistan's post-elections. By Dr. Sohail Mahmood. 03/25/2024

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IA Forum Winter 2024 - Europe -- and Addressing Climate Change
IA Forum Winter 2024 - Europe -- and Addressing Climate Change

In the new 2024 issue of International Affairs Forum, experts from around the world discuss Europe and the EU plus Addressing Climate Change. (03/21/2024)

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Francophone Pandemic in Africa
Francophone Pandemic in Africa

What do the elections in Senegal say about other countries in Africa as well? By Oumar Fofana. (02/12/2024)

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Murky Waters
Murky Waters

Author remarks on the French political crisis. By Professor Manlio Graziano. (01/19/2024)

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Argentina’s New Social Contract: Government stay away!
Argentina’s New Social Contract: Government stay away!

Reflections on the election in Argentina and what it means for the country and its citizens. By Nico Maffey. (12/15/2023)

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Pakistan Hopes for Political Stability as Elections Approach
Pakistan Hopes for Political Stability as Elections Approach

What factors will impact Pakistan's upcoming elections? By Iqra Awan. (12/01/2023)

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Presidential Election 2014 and Indonesian Foreign Policy
Presidential Election 2014 and Indonesian Foreign Policy

Paper explores how the 2014 Indonesian presidential candidates view foreign policy.  By Dr. Igor Dirgantara. (08/04/2014)

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Will Modi's India Reinvent International Relations?
Will Modi's India Reinvent International Relations?

Cleo Paskal analyzes Prime Minister Modi's opportunity to reshape India's foreign policy.  (Huffington Post, 06/05/2014)

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Indonesia: Elections 2014
Indonesia: Elections 2014

Author provide analysis of Indonesian Presidential candidates and their parties. By Igor Dirgantara. (03/10/2014)

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What is Italy Saying?
The outcome of the Italian elections should send a clear message to Europe’s leaders: the austerity policies that they have pursued are being rejected by voters, writes Joseph E. Stiglitz (4/11/2013, ... Read More...


When Election Rhetoric Works Against the Common Good
When Election Rhetoric Works Against the Common Good
Authors discuss disturbing impacts of election rhetoric on economic freedoms. By George A. Pieler & Jens F. Laurson. (Forbes, 04/12/12) Read More...


<i>Iranian Elections Series</i>  IA Forum Interview:  Dr. Hossein Askari
Iranian Elections Series IA Forum Interview: Dr. Hossein Askari
IA Forum speaks with Dr. Houssein Askari as part of a series on Iranian elections. By Benjamin Linden. (04/25/2010) Read More...


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Blacklisted in Baghdad
The recent ban of more than 500 candidates from Iraq's upcoming elections is designed to cement the power of the country's Shiite Islamists aligned with Iran. Will this latest sectarian rupture sink a... Read More...


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The Future of North America
U.S. national security depends more on cooperative neighbors and secure borders than it does on defeating militias in Basra. By Robert A. Pastor. (Foreign Affairs - Jul/Aug 2008 - $) Read More...


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Help for Hondurans After Their Election
Whatever the motives behind each country’s response to Honduras’ presidential elections, the most important consideration for everyone should be the future peace, stability, and prosperity of the Hond... Read More...


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UNAMA and the Afghan Elections
An article outlining the tensions between Peter Galbraith and Kai Eide in the United Nations Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA). (Mark Leon Goldberg, UN Dispatch, 10/14/2009) Read More...


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Is Joe Biden Speaking Through the Washington Post Op-Ed Page?
A piece questioning the relationship between the Vice President and Norm Kurz, Biden’s former communications director, in terms of Kurz's writings on Hamid Karzai. (Spencer Ackerman, The Washington I... Read More...


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The West Has Got It Wrong About Iran
Author analyzes the Iranian elections and disputes Western analysis of it. By Khurram Zaki. (09/11/2009) Read More...


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Burma and Lonely Planet Guide
While crimes against humanity continue in Burma, the international community still lacks of proactive stance against the regime. By Nikolaj Nielsen (Foreign Policy Association 09/11/09) Read More...


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Afghanistan: Was the Women's Vote Counted?
An analysis of Afghanistan's presidential election by Georgette Gagnon, who volunteered in Afghan election monitor groups. By Georgette Gagnon (The Daily Beast, 09/12/09) Read More...


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Fatah Congress: A Victory for Abbas
Fatah's recently concluded General Congress appears to have overcome party divisions and renewed its leadership. By Mohammad Yaghi (Washington Institute for Near East Policy, 08/13/2009). Read More...


IA-Forum Interview: M. Ashraf Haidari
IA-Forum Interview: M. Ashraf Haidari
IA-Forum discusses the 2009 Presidential elections and future of Afghanistan with M. Ashraf Haidari, Political Counselor of the Embassy of Afghanistan in Washington, DC. (IA-Forum, 8/17/2009) Read More...


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Iran and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's Second Term
Author examines the stability of Iran in a second Ahmadinejad presidential term. By Suzanne Maloney (Brookings Institute, 8/03/09). Read More...


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A Month Without Zelaya
While the initial raw furor over Zelaya's removal may have subsided, the months ahead most likely will prove to be extremely difficult ones for the Honduran people to endure. By Brian Thompson (COHA, ... Read More...


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Ctrl+Alt+Delete: Iran's Response to the Internet
Documentation and analysis of Iran's extended history of suppressing free expression through strict regulations over internet users as well as arrest, detention and torture of bloggers. (Iran HRDC, 08... Read More...


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Nepal Veers Closer to Disarray
The months of political chaos in Nepal that have followed the decision by Maoist leader Prachanda to step down in May as premier appear to be growing worse, writes Hamish McKenzie (Asia Sentinal, 08/0... Read More...


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Afghanistan's Election Challenges
Afghan national elections quickly approaching, representing a moment of opportunity and risk. As the authors of the report argue, the Afghan government's focus must be on strengthening security provis... Read More...


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The Archaeology of Iran’s Regime
The uprising in Iran against the stolen election exposes the true character and intentions of a regime that seeks to rule without and against its people, says Mahmood Delkhasteh. (Open Democracy, 07/0... Read More...


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Afghanistan's Election Challenges
The enormous international resources and attention now focused on Afghanistan’s elections must be channelled into strategically strengthening the country’s political institutions. (International Crisi... Read More...


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Coping With Digital Revolution
Despite many counter-measures and filters, digital democracy continues to trouble authoritarian regimes. By Guobin Yang (Yale Global, 06/22/2009) Read More...


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