2 Jun 2015
The British Election: Some Possible International Consequences
Author: Paul Michael Hedges
S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies (RSIS)
Following the Conservative Party's victory in the UK’s May 2015 general election, this publication discusses the potentially negative consequences of three initiatives the party is expected to implement. More on «The British Election: Some Possible International Consequences»
Elections in Turkey: What is at Stake?
Author: Eduard Soler i Lecha
Barcelona Centre for International Affairs (CIDOB)
This paper discusses the upcoming June 2015 elections in Turkey and the implications the results could have for the country's governance and constitution. More on «Elections in Turkey: What is at Stake?»
What's in Store for Canada?
Author: David T Jones
Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI)
Ahead of Canada's October 2015 federal elections, this paper examines the state of politics in the country, including the positions of the political parties, US-Canada relations, and how the October vote could affect the country's armed forces and it... More on «What's in Store for Canada?»
Israel’s Election Aftermath
Author: Sami Abdel-Shafi, Sara Hirschhorn, Yossi Mekelberg
In this speech transcript, three experts discuss Israel's continuing domestic and international challenges. More on «Israel’s Election Aftermath»
Democracy and Civil Society in Turkey: Contesting Tutelage!
Author: Ayhan Kaya
Istituto Affari Internazionali (IAI) /
Stiftung Mercator /
Istanbul Policy Center (IPC)
This article examines the June 2015 general elections in Turkey, arguing that the only party to lose out in the election was the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), and the state of civil society in the country. More on «Democracy and Civil Society in Turkey: Contesting Tutelage!»