July 23, 2014
The last elections in Guinea-Bissau were charged with great expectations both nationally and internationally. After being postponed several...
blog
May 5, 2015
Genitals are political. In the UK our genitals are policed, and in our current electoral moment, astoundingly falsified information is...
Opinion
February 13, 2015
When the going gets tough, they say, the tough get going. And gone is the tough Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Bharatiya Janata...
Opinion
June 1, 2014
At the time of gloaming on the evening of 18 May 2014, Narendra Modi, the then Prime Minister-to-be of India spoke into the microphone on...
Opinion
March 15, 2014
Sam Rainsy’s recent long-winded editorial in the Phnom Penh Post lamenting the negative connotations affixed to the word “yuon,” the Khmer...
Opinion
November 25, 2013
On November 17, 2013, Chile held its sixth presidential election and seventh legislative election since the return of democracy in 1989...
Reviews
October 3, 2012
Every structure is organized on acts of exclusion but what is repressed and excluded does not disappear but always returns to unsettle...
Opinion
July 10, 2012
Amidst ongoing controversy surrounding the results of last Sunday’s presidential election in Mexico, the declared winner of the contest,...
Reviews
February 10, 2012
The release of Jarreth Merz’s riveting docudrama, An African Election (2011), is a timely and welcome portrayal of renewed hope in...