Democrats and Republicans will start registering their preferences in tomorrow's Iowa caucuses. We look at a thoroughly un-democratic process that could be crucial to selecting the next President of the United States. Also, elections in Pakistan delayed as Scotland Yard investigates the Bhutto assassination, and violence over presidential election returns has killed 260 people in Kenya. What's happened to what appeared to be a stable democracy and what does it mean for American interests?
American Politics Stranded in Iowa
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Pakistan Delays Election, Turns to Scotland Yard in Bhutto Probe
President Musharraf says Pakistan's delayed elections will be free, fair and transparent. Meantime, Scotland Yard will investigate the death of former Prime Minister...
The Day Before the Iowa Caucuses
The presidency of the United States is up for grabs almost as never before. For the first time in 80 years, neither the Republican nor the Democratic Party has an...