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The Mountain Kingdom, on the Brink

As southern Africa's democratic success story Lesotho goes to the polls, the prime minister's anti-corruption crackdown has brought a bitter power struggle into the streets.

The South Asia Channel

AAP’s Rise: Victorious, But Not Yet Formidable

India's Aam Aadmi Party defeated Modi's powerful Bharatiya Janata Party in the Delhi elections, with a landslide, but its potential as a formidable alternative for mainstream politics demands critical analysis.

The Cable

Jeb Bush: On Foreign Policy, I Am Not George W. Bush

Jeb Bush attempted on Wednesday to distance himself from his older brother.

Shadow Government

Jeb Bush and the 6 Ways of Passing the Commander-in-Chief Threshold Test

Every successful candidate for president must past the commander-in-chief threshold test. The American public will not elect somebody unless they have convinced themselves they can ...

Transitions

Can Venezuela’s Opposition Get Its Act Together?

Venezuela is a mess. But the opposition shows little indication that it can take advantage.

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