Debates over identity and belonging, while fraught these days, are inherent to the American Jewish experience, says writer Emily Tamkin.
Fearful that Imran Khan’s PTI could still win Pakistan’s February 8 general elections, the army is going to great lengths to deny the party a victory.
Scholar Ali Riaz joins host Arif Rafiq to discuss Bangladesh’s elections and whether the country’s socio-economic gains can be sustained under Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s authoritarian regime.
The scale and stakes of national elections taking place in 2024 make this the most important election year in world history.
India’s 2024 election season will effectively begin on January 22, when a Hindu temple built on the site of a destroyed mosque opens.
Indonesia’s elections in February are almost certain to be a win for the oligarchs as corruption and inequality continue to fester.
The 2024 U.S. presidential elections may shape not just the future of the Supreme Court, but also that of America’s democracy and global role.
Mazi Pilip’s IDF service, seen as an advantage in the NY-3 special election, may end up being neutralized by Tom Suozzi’s pro-Israel record.
Hesham Sallam joins host Arif Rafiq to discuss how Pres. Abdel Fattah El-Sisi has dominated Egypt and its 110 million people for a decade.
General Asim Munir’s visit to Washington reflects how little a priority democracy is in the Biden administration’s Pakistan policy.