The very first vote in the Democratic primaries may have been cast in Minneapolis last week. Minnesota, Vermont and California also have early voting.
Potential threats [to US election security] have increased and some old problems [persist]. A look at what has changed since 2016 and what has not.
One of the great illnesses afflicting 21st century democracy is a lack of trust – not just in politicians but in each other and ourselves, experts.
In an article in The Washington Post, Pamela Constable exposes what she describes as an ominous turn India has recently taken into religious intolerance.
“What’s in a Font?: Ideological Perceptions of Typography” questions the potential impact on voters if fonts are found to have political attributes.
How ill is democracy and is it really dying? What are some of the remedies to the current problems?
A difficult path lies ahead for Venezuela. With no clear electoral way out, aid from the international community will remain the country’s lifeline.
While protests will continue in Iran, it is unclear if they will lead to more significant outcomes, such as revolution or regime change, analysts.
Zimbabwe striking junior doctors will end a four-month strike after accepting offer from a billionaire to pay them about $300 monthly for six months.
Experts expect multiple sources of interference than in the 2016 polls. National security concerns persist despite Federal and State fortifications.