There are far more pressing problems that need to be fixed in the electoral process.
There are no angels in Pakistan's political scene – except the 'angels' of the military.
Will 12 Russians indicted for hacking the 2016 US election ever come to trial? They may not, but the indictments themselves are an important step in the effort to determine the truth of what happened.
Recent elections in Turkey, Hungary and Russia raise a fundamental question about democracy. Can it give autocracy a mandate?
Russian government agents allegedly penetrated US state and county election databases. Scholars of election security offer insight and recommendations about what to do now.
The Turkish election highlights the growing strength of Turkish opposition despite the defeat and approves of a president who could be weaker than he would like to appear.
The world waits to see if Zimbabwe will pass the democracy test as it holds its first election after Robert Mugabe next month.
A snap poll intended to boost the Turkish president's power has stirred up online opposition to his increasing authoritarianism.
Islanders currently stand as independent candidates, but this special system could be about to disappear.
Many African elections are less than ideal. But is the rest of the world really that much better?
The Liberal government is in the process of wooing tech giants as economic partners. They use Facebook data to help them win elections. How then will they regulate the privacy of our data?
On June 7, Ontario may have a new premier, and the latest public opinion polls suggest it could be Andrea Horwath. She would lead just the second NDP government in Ontario.
How you vote is an indication of the role you think government plays in society. As elections loom in Canada and beyond, here's a guide to non-partisan, responsible voting.
After 61 years, Malaysia has finally seen the opposition take control. What now?
Paraguay's conservative president-elect Mario Abdo narrowly won the April 22 election. His father was the private secretary for dictator Alfredo Stroessner, who brutally ruled Paraguay for 35 years.
A pilot requiring some voters to show ID in May's local elections could be the next blow for the Windrush generation.
Why use bullets when you have crayons?
Elections are easy to rig, and they give authoritarian leaders a veneer of legitimacy they badly need.
What kind of information do Canadian voters get through Facebook? It's time for the social media giant to let researchers see exactly what it sends its 23 million users in Canada.
Several critical Canadian elections are looming. Here's what Canada can learn from Europe on how to prevent the digital manipulation of voters.