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The election results mean that the two parties, which are arch rivals in parliament, will have 96 against 74 representative in Bulagria's 240-seat unicameral parliament. The r ecently-founded right-wing Reformist Bloc will be represented by 19 MPs.
While the trend is not winning elections yet, London Financial Times Gideon Rachman fears that anti-establishment radicals do not need to capture the position of president or prime minister to gum up the system. Even if traditional pro- EU centrists
Professor of Sociology at Murdoch University Ongoing reflections on the fall of the Rudd/Gillard Labor governments continue to feature suggestions about the impact of policy shifts to the Left, especially under Gillard (possibly influenced by her
Earlier this month, The New Republic's Noam Scheiber suggested that Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass. might enter the 2016 Democratic presidential primary, where she would serve as a progressive foil to the more centrist Hillary Clinton. Progressive
Bohuslav Sobotka addresses the media at the party's headquarters in Prague October 31, 2013. Czech center-left Social Democrat leader Bohuslav Sobotka won a strong mandate from his party on Sunday to try to form a government with two centrist parties
CNN's Candy Crowley, the worst debate moderator of 2012, disappointed liberals on Tuesday night by failing to see the Virginia election returns as proof that the Tea Party is fading away...But this is clearly not some huge rejection of the tea party..
The mantra serves as a reminder of the differences between the M5S and the right wing parties on the rise in the rest of Europe. More interestingly, however, it also sketches a political theory of populism, one in which parties of the populist family
In Texas, it is said, there is nothing in the middle of the road except yellow lines and dead armadillos. In France, the political middle ground is more like a giant amoeba: constantly splitting and re-forming and splitting once again. The two most
Certainly those Americans who dwell in The Great Big Center have known this for some time. They bump into each other all day long in the great big country we call outside the Beltway. Yet, judging by current events in Washington, you'd imagine
This just in from a new Esquire/NBC News study: There are more Americans in the vast middle than on either the left or right...Certainly those Americans who dwell in The Great Big Center have known this for some time. They bump into each other all