In: Elections

IAPSS May 23, 2020 General Assembly and Elections Results
May 26, 2020

Dear IAPSS Members, The results of the May 23, 2020 IAPSS General Assembly and Elections are as follows: Motions Approval of…

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Immigration and the rise of European populists
November 16, 2017

The true force propelling populism in Europe is not immigration. The German elections sealed a cycle of elections in Europe and…

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Normalizing xenophobia in Europe
May 25, 2017

Many Europeans rightfully rejoiced at the defeat of Marine Le Pen in the French Presidential elections. Both Le Pen’s nationalist rhetoric…

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A ‘Populist’ Guide to Europe’s 2017 Elections
April 28, 2017

The elections of March 15th in The Netherlands officially opened the long season of electoral consultations scheduled in many EU Member…

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Ghana, a consolidated Democracy? Reflections on the December 2016 Elections
January 30, 2017

In Africa, Ghana’s impressive democratic credentials make for a consolidated democracy. In most conceivable ways, the country continues to distinguish itself…

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Crazy Little Thing Called Miriam
April 28, 2016

Is the third time really the charm? One woman who runs for the third time as president of the Philippines thinks…

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Democratic standards and the role of international observers in Haiti’s elections.
April 5, 2016

Despite being the first country to have independently developed in Latin America – whose anniversary of 212 years of independence was…

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Grace Under Pressure: From Expat to President
March 9, 2016

Globalization brought people to work, live, and acquire citizenship in other countries outside one’s homeland. The example of European Union and favorable immigration…

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