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  • Injuries, bad luck and bad choices have kept the USA off the Olympic podium, but after Monday's men's qualification rounds, St. Onge is ranked second of the 12 finalists with a combined two-round score of 240.67; Peterson is fifth at 237.34.

    U.S. men, St. Onge, Peterson ready to fly high in aerials finals

  • Last week BBC Radio 4 brought the videos to life, after a fashion, with a four-person, two-round debate between defenders of each economist's views.

    Notable & Quotable

  • According to the survey conducted by French polling agency Ifop, Mr. Sarkozy would garner 26% of the votes in the first of the two-round election, against 29.5% for Mr. Hollande.

    Plan Prompts German Bashing From France

  • Kabila already has pushed a series of constitutional changes through Parliament that strengthen his powers and most importantly, replace the two-round voting system with just one winner-takes-all round.

    Fears of violence in Congo elections

  • Niger's nearly seven million registered voters are casting their ballots in 116 legislative races nationwide and what analysts predict will be the first of a two-round presidential poll.

    Niger Holds National Elections

  • The two-round voting system makes it hard to forecast.

    French Politics After l'Affaire Strauss-Kahn

  • It seems to me the only thing it would take to destroy the two-party system in the US would be to go to a French-style two-round election.

    Matthew Yglesias » Why Two Parties?

  • It seems to me the only thing it would take to destroy the two-party system in the US would be to go to a French-style two-round election.

    Matthew Yglesias » Why Two Parties?

  • It seems to me the only thing it would take to destroy the two-party system in the US would be to go to a French-style two-round election.

    Matthew Yglesias » Why Two Parties?

  • Kabila already has pushed a series of constitutional changes through Parliament that strengthen his powers and most importantly, replace the two-round voting system with just one winner-takes-all round.

    Fears of violence in Congo elections

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