In 2020 the role of the Union Election Commission and election monitoring seems increasingly politicised.
Myanmar must face its second competitive election in the context of a global recession and under the shadow of a ruthless pandemic.
The COVID-19 crisis tested the boundaries of federal-state relations when decisions from the centre were not received well by state governments.
Filipino grandmothers often bear the brunt of providing and caring for their families. The Duterte government's COVID-19 response overlooks them.
Women in Rakhine state are doubly jeopardised when the threat of COVID-19 intersects with war.
Penelitian baru menunjuk bahwa sikap patriarkal dan institusi yang kurang ramah menghalangi suksesnya kandidat perempuan dalam pemilihan.
Despite female politicians’ ambivalence about gender quotas, they remain an essential tool in making politics more representative.
Myanmar's symbiotic civil-military authoritarianism is the root of its political failures and its ethnic tensions.