Election news from around the world. This week Afghanistan, Tunisia, Mozambique and Austria.
The world may yet pay a dreadful price for having failed to address the issue of Kashmir when it might have been resolved peacefully.
India is waiting on election results following the world's biggest exercise in democracy. Prime minister Narendra Modi is expected to be returned with a reduced majority.
Your guide to what to watch for on the electoral front in 2019.
Looking back on the key elections of 2018 reveals an intriguing mix, with democracy recording some notable wins as well as losses.
Bangladesh and DR Congo rounded out the electoral year of 2018 – two countries with major political and logistical challenges.
Democracy in the Maldives, which had been written off earlier this year, stages a resounding comeback.
The founder of India's ruling party was a moderate whose creation has become a vehicle for extremism.
I'm back from Scandinavia, with a fair bit of election news to catch up on. First up is Pakistan.
Another democracy in trouble, as the Pakistani government needs to counter the influence of its own military to win a second term.