Kenyan democracy has been preserved on a knife edge with considerable challenges to the process still prevailing. Continue reading Power over process – the battle to preserve Kenyan democracy
The Latin American leftist machine rolls on. Continue reading Colombia ushers in socialism as Latin America’s pinkish hue strengthens
Mario Draghi is, inevitably, no more. But his resignation has dashed hopes of a coalition to oppose Italy’s right wing. Continue reading Mario Draghi finally gives up – and Letta’s coalition hopes are dashed
The imperative to the maintain European unity in the face of Russian aggression has put the EU political establishment under pressure to de-escalate its ‘rule of law’ conflict with Poland’s right-wing ruling party, which is prepared to compromise as long as it does not have to abandon the core of its judicial reform programme. Continue reading How will Poland’s ‘rule of law’ dispute with the EU political establishment develop?
Jean-Luc Mélenchon’s strong performance in the French legislative elections may drive Emmanuel Macron’s party to the right, an expert has said. Continue reading Mélenchon and the French Left dent Macron’s centrist ambitions
Sydney-based journalist Richard Hansen told Redaction Report that the cost-of-living crisis is one of the defining issues of the election campaign. Continue reading Australian election 2022: What key issues will be on voters’ minds?
Poland’s right-wing President was already trying to become more assertive and independent when the Russian invasion of Ukraine gave him an opportunity to carve out a new role as a key regional player and unifying force in domestic politics. Continue reading What are the prospects for Polish President Andrzej Duda?
When it comes to running in a federal election for the first time, one would expect a new political party to be cautiously optimistic and manage expectations Continue reading Insurgent Liberal Party hope to upset Labor and the Coalition in the Australian election
Labour are in a strong position after ‘Partygate’ fines were issued to Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak – but while the median voter might be theirs, they may yet face a challenge from the Old Left. Continue reading TUSC pledge to take on Tories and ‘feeble’ Starmer in May local elections
The overwhelming imperative for national unity prompted by the war works in favour of Poland’s right-wing ruling party because it puts other problematic issues on the back-burner and the opposition lacks the instruments to exert any real influence at the international level. Continue reading How long will Polish politicians remain united over the war in Ukraine?