In this historic year in global politics, 64 countries accounting for almost half of the world’s population are scheduled to hold national elections.

Of course, most of these elections will be rigged. We should not concern ourselves unduly about the swing vote for the Supreme People’s Assembly in the Democratic People’s Republic of (North) Korea or the presidential elections of the Russian Federation...

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