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Episode 106: The 2016 Zambian Elections

Ballot being cast in ZambiaNicholas van der Walle (Cornell) and Michael Wahman (Missouri) analyze the 2016 Zambian presidential and parliamentary elections. The two political scientists discuss the controversial results, the role of the Constitutional Court in the process, violence, and the influence of international election observers. With guest host, Jessica Achberger.

Part of a podcast series in collaboration with the U.S. African Studies Association.

Episode 26: Elections in South Africa

elections20092009 elections in South Africa: Dr. Sean Jacobs and Dr. Hlonipha Mokoena analyze the significance of the ANC victory; Jacob Zuma and Zulu nationalism; the opposition’s weak showing outside the Western Cape; and local and international media coverage.