On the UN International Day of Democracy, we consider what Kenya's election debacle tells us about the world's dominant political ideology - and it's limits
When the provisional results came in, Uhuru Kenyatta expected that he would be re-elected President of Kenya in no time at all. But Raila Odinga has had other ideas.
The world's attention has been focused of late on Pyongyang and on Washington. But what's happening over the world's most fortified border, in South Korea?
As polls open across Kenya on August 8, a close-run contest between long-standing rivals plays out once again. But will history repeat itself?