Jerry Brown’s Last Hurrah

By Jacob Ganz The following article was written for Berkeley Political Review as part of a monthly collaboration with Davis Political Review. Jerry Brown is California’s indomitable winner. For over f…

The Twisted Path of Kenyan Politics

Kenyans queueing to vote, on 8 August 2017, anticipated the standard sequence of events – some bribery and dishonesty at polling stations, aggressive police officers assaulting journalists, and heated…

It Takes Two to Tango

What a bitter runoff between Argentine frontrunners means for its democracy At the first Democratic National Debate, Bernie Sanders knowingly quipped that people would be more prone to vote for him if…

Voting Rights and Voting Wrongs

Electoral law is in vogue for state legislatures this year. Facing the monumental Supreme Court decision in Shelby County v. Holder last year, some states are free to pass new electoral laws. These ne…

Muted By Money

The Citizens United Supreme Court case has not only revolutionized campaign finance but has also solidified the immutable power of corporate companies. The Court ultimately decided that corporations a…