Afghanistan isn't the only place where an anti-American autocracy has picked up where it left off. Nicaragua has already been there.
Brazil's embattled president launches a pre-emptive campaign against his country's electoral apparatus, hoping to succeed where Trump failed.
This month's regular update brings electoral news from Mexico, Armenia, Algeria and Samoa.
Peru's presidential elections always seem to be close, and Sunday's was no exception.
Peru's voters face a difficult choice in the second round of their presidential election, while Mexico holds mid-term legislative elections.
Not all incumbents have benefited from Covid-19: Brazil shows that a sufficiently bad performance will eventually turn the tide of public opinion.
Chile's process of drafting a new constitution takes a step forward, with various shades of left winning a majority in the constitutional convention.
A fragmented presidential election in Peru sends two extremist candidates into the runoff, far left against far right.
South American neighbors Ecuador and Peru vote on Sunday in contrasting presidential elections.
El Salvador's autocratic president will no longer have to contend with a hostile legislature, after his party won a landslide victory on Sunday.