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Sometimes violence gets rioters what they want — but for some surprising reasons.

  • Analysis

Amid a polarized Israeli electorate, Netanyahu faces political risk in the next election.

  • Analysis

If elections are called, does Netanyahu run the risk of losing?

  • Analysis

Double standards lower the credibility of outside observers.

  • Analysis

We looked at 232 coups since 1950 to see which ones paved the way for democracy. That gave us the answer.

  • Analysis

Some countries require paid time off to vote.

  • Analysis

It comes down to a simple word choice.

  • Analysis

Keeping Zip codes together would help citizens find their representatives — and make it hard to gerrymander.

  • Analysis

With the midterm election only weeks away, the shape of U.S. House districts is again front-and-center in political conversation.

  • Analysis

There are important implications for the Kavanaugh nomination fight.

  • Erin C. Cassese, Tiffany D. Barnes and Mirya Holman
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