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A very multi-party Indonesia

Early Indonesian figures show that it’s going to be a very mixed bag of a legislature.

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Election preview: Indonesia

Indonesians vote today for a new parliament, with commentators mostly looking ahead to the presidential election in three months time.

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Bangkok and Kiev revisited

The anti-government protests in Thailand and Ukraine continue to throw up interesting similarities while also revealing their underlying differences.

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Thailand goes to the polls – or tries to

The polls have closed in Thailand. Everyone knows who won, but nobody knows what will happen next.

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Ukrainian government upsets the applecart

Ukraine’s parliament enacts new anti-protest laws, running the risk of reinvigorating a protest movement that was starting to run out of steam.

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The electoral top ten for 2013

A review of the year’s most interesting elections and whether they show us any general trends.

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The last election roundup for 2013

A semi-regular feature, with news this week from Turkmenistan, Mauritania, Madagascar, Thailand and Austria.

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Stalemate in Ukraine

Ukraine’s opposition has held its ground in the streets of Kiev; meanwhile, the government and the EU are talking again.

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Dissolution in Thailand

It’s not clear that fresh elections will help resolve matters in Thailand, but at least it’s worth a try.

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Update on Ukraine and Thailand

Protests in Kiev and Bangkok show striking similarities in causes, tactics and development. But there’s a vitally important difference in objectives.

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