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The presidential contenders are playing up their commitment to fighting an old problem — but with few new details.

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In less than two years, Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has gone from clear choice to fighting for majority support in the polls. What happened?

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Changes to Indonesia’s gender quota rules are set to result in fewer women running for office in 2024. It could set Indonesia’s democracy into deeper backslide.

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Elections remain a cause for celebration in Indonesia, but without firming up the processes around it, the party might end up being just a democratic facade.

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The opposition wants to bring back caste as a check on the BJP’s reach, but the strategy may not live up to expectations.

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India’s state elections don’t usually foretell national polls, but this time around, many will be looking for signs of a winning strategy.

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The elections in five states will be seen as a proving ground for campaign strategies ahead of next year’s national vote.

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Australia’s Indigenous Voice referendum could also be seen as a referendum on how the nation will be perceived by its Pacific neighbours.

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It’s no surprise the disinformation used in Australia’s Voice debate follows the pattern of COVID-19 conspiracies. There’s a method in the ‘fake news’ mayhem.

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Polling is back in vogue during the Voice referendum debate and those results — rather than the substance of the debate — could influence the way some vote.

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Australia’s Voice referendum debate has been a mess, with one powerful media company a big factor. So why haven’t its rivals held it to account?

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