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Could Germany's left-wing parties unseat Angela Merkel in Sunday's election? Only if they bury the hatchet.
Elections are now used to legitimate authoritarian regimes, not herald liberal democracy. Nowhere is this more apparent than in Kenya.
Russiagate is causing more stress than glee for Putin, who always thought Hillary would win.
Thomas Graham, Rajan Menon
After Turkey's failed 2016 coup, retribution has become a farcical national obsession.
Were Labour's gains in the recent British election overblown, or is there real cause for hope?
Bernie Sanders sat down with us to talk about the future of progressive politics. This is what he said.
New theories of voting behavior explain bad outcomes, but are they convincing?
Here's the real reason the GOP made peace with Trump.
William E. Scheuerman
Five signs of a totalitarian regime.
A reckless foreign policy could bring ruin at home and abroad.
The Clinton-Sanders conflict betrays the contentious history of the Democratic Party, and holds the key to its future.
The Electoral College once served an urgent political purpose. The time has now come to abolish it.
Kenneth A. Taylor
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