After scrambles, fights, and bribes in Karnataka, the stage is set for a tough 2019 vote.
Autocrats and counterfeit democrats have perfected the art of rigging polls to stay in power — without breaking any laws.
Viktor Orban may have won, but a narrow loss in the countryside suggests that corruption could one day be his undoing.
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If the center-right doesn't reclaim its mission, it will soon be swallowed by populism.
The chaos of Italy's election is the result of long-standing trends — and a preview of what's to come in Europe.
The EU is undermining its credibility by choosing stability over democracy in Serbia
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With China and Russia on the rise, the United States leaves the field uncontested at its peril.
Central Europe’s populist revolt against the EU isn’t about safeguarding the West. It’s about rolling back freedoms and cozying up to Russia.