International Day of Democracy will mark its 10th anniversary on 15 September 2018. This day has been observed by United Nations member states since 2008.
Profile: Imran Ahmad Khan Niazi, the 22nd Prime Minister Of Pakistan
Who is this professional cricket player turned politician just tapped to rule this giant nuclear-armed country in the middle of a period of tremendous change? Who is this new Khan?
How President Museveni Avoids the International Isolation of Uganda
Coming amidst the recent backdrop of troubles in the country, Museveni’s strongly worded warning is one of the more revealing moments that we’ve seen of how he avoids isolation.
Court Intervenes In 50th Congressional District California Runoff
California Republican Rep. Duncan Hunter and wife are under investigation by FBI on charges of diverting campaign funds as America’s courts continue to play their role in the country’s democracy.
Hola Cuba! Democracy? Cuba Launches Mobile Internet
Where freedom of speech and expression could land you to jail without trial there appears to be a gradual opening up to democracy as Cuba launches mobile internet.
Who is Imran Khan, Pakistan’s New Prime Minister?
The remarkable life of Imran Khan begins in the teeming cosmopolitan capital of Pakistan’s Punjab provinceThe remarkable life of Imran Khan begins in the teeming cosmopolitan capital of Pakistan’s Punjab province, Lahore, in 1952 where he was born to the upper-middle class Pashtun familyThe remarkable life of Imran Khan begins in the teeming cosmopolitan capital of Pakistan’s Punjab province, Lahore, in 1952 where he was born to the upper-middle class Pashtun family in 1952 where he was born to the upper-middle class Pashtun family
Worrying Cyberattacks on Democratic House Candidate in California
A series of cyber-attacks targeted Rep. Dana Rohrabacher’s Democratic opponent. The brain behind this attack still remains a mystery. But Rohrabacher has a nickname among his colleagues: Putin’s Favorite Congressman.
Supporting the Surge In Women Candidates Vying For House Seats
Successes have empowered women but until they actually get a chance to make change, the U.S will never know what has been swept under the carpet.
A Brief Overview of Cuban Constitutions Since 1976
Cuba has begun its walk towards a new era, modifying its constitution by recognising private ownership of property, the creation of a free market, etc.
Judge Blocks Unjust North Carolina Ballot Access Law
A law potentially violating the constitutional rights of Chris Anglin and Rebecca Edwards has been repealed by a North Carolina judge Monday.