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· January, 2011

Stories about Elections from January, 2011

Guatemala: The Left Unites During Election Year

Africa: Has African Union become a group of jokers?

Haiti: Candidates on Twitter

Cote d'Ivoire: Lessons for international community

Sudan: What will be the new name for Southern Sudan?

A referendum took place in Southern Sudan from 9 January to 15 January 2011 on whether the region should remain a part of Sudan or become Africa's new independent state....

Peru: Discussing Gay Marriage During a Presidential Campaign Year

Gabon: Opposition Leader Takes Oath as New President

The double presidential power struggle in Côte d'Ivoire seems to have inspired Gabon's political opposition as well. This afternoon on January 26, 2011, former Gabonese presidential election candidate André Mba...

Cote d'Ivoire: Who are the fools in Ivorian crisis?

Bangladesh: An Analysis Of The Recent Municipal Elections

D.R. of Congo: Interviews of main presidential candidates

Nigeria: Opposition party gets ready for 2011 presidential election

Barbados: Thompson Wins Late Husband's Seat

Haiti: Time for a Change

Sudan: Southern Sudan Referendum: Africa (Dis)United?

In our latest roundup of Southern Sudan Referendum 2011, Dr. James Okuk offers his “advance billion congratulation” to the people of Southern Sudan for choosing to form a new nation...

Poland: Initial Reactions to Russian Report on Polish Air Force One Plane Crash

The Interstate Aviation Committee's report on the crash of TU-154M airplane near Smolensk on April 10, 2010, has generated an outburst of strong opinions about the validity and objectivity of...

Nigeria: Is this the death of Nigeria's monolithic north?

D.R. of Congo: Are we prepared for elections?

Haiti: Duvalier Visit Political Red Herring?

A little more than a year after a debilitating earthquake practically leveled the Haitian capital and destroyed innumerable surrounding towns, killing thousands and leaving survivors homeless (tent cities are still...

Sudan: Secessionists in North and South: one goal, different thinking

Sudan: Peaceful referendum comes to a close

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