Monkey Cage: South Koreans will elect a new president on Tuesday. Here’s what to expect.

Turkish referendum rallies in Europe made headlines. Did they affect election results?; Why do Tunisia’s Islamists support an unpopular law forgiving corruption?; Mogwai, ‘Come On Die Young’: The Week In One Album; 5 lessons from former presidents on making good decisions; Despite new limitations, Egyptian women are still active; The news media offer slanted coverage of Muslim countries’ treatment of women; This is what Americans will really dislike about the House ‘Trumpcare’ bill;
 
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South Koreans will elect a new president on Tuesday. Here’s what to expect.
After the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye, many voters want sweeping reforms.
Turkish referendum rallies in Europe made headlines. Did they affect election results?
Germany and the Netherlands banned certain campaign events and sparked international controversy. New research shows whether this influenced votes.
 
Why do Tunisia’s Islamists support an unpopular law forgiving corruption?
Many Tunisians are dismayed at the support by the country’s largest party, Ennahda.
 
Mogwai, ‘Come On Die Young’: The Week In One Album
The House GOP passes the AHCA.
 
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5 lessons from former presidents on making good decisions
Listen to as many voices as you can. Know when to negotiate and when to decide. And have a lot of experience.
 
Despite new limitations, Egyptian women are still active
Six years after the Arab uprisings, hope and activism remain. You just have to know where to look.
 
The news media offer slanted coverage of Muslim countries’ treatment of women
U.S. media outlets portray Muslim society as distinctly sexist and misogynist, even compared to similar non-Muslim countries with poor women’s rights records. That may feed negative stereotypes about Islam — which affects public attitudes and public policy.
 
This is what Americans will really dislike about the House ‘Trumpcare’ bill
Americans won’t like the American Health Care Act coverage-gap penalty. That could hurt Republicans.
 
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