As the 2018 midterm elections draw nearer, searches for the keyword “midterms” have spiked. This DC article addresses some of their many questions.
In the Illinois gubernatorial poll the State has registered the most expensive gubernatorial race in American history with billionaire J. B. Pritzker spending close to $90 million for TV and radio adverts.
Twitter has taken down 284 accounts originating from Iran. Facebook said it removed 254 Facebook pages and 116 Instagram accounts that originated in Iran. What’s the rapport with US Midterms?
The Bobi Wine trial is a showdown of how the Ugandan regime is flaunting democracy. Wine is being dragged from one court to another for opposing Museveni despite his parliamentary immunity.
Australian PM, Malcolm Turnbull, has threatened to resign his position because of a political crisis that led to the shutting down of parliament by the ruling Liberal Party. What next?
Africa has lost one of its most prominent Democrats with the passing of Kofi Annan on August 18, 2018. Annan will be remembered as a man who fought for a fairer and more peaceful world.
The main opposition party in Zimbabwe Movement for democratic change (MDC) has filed a challenge to the result on Friday claiming there was a miss calculation of the votes
China scrapped term limits and enabled President Xi Jinping to concentrate power. This situation has serious implications. Among others, Xi is now fully responsible for any setbacks and policy failures that may come.
Internet blackouts are a growing trend for Africa. Governments, like in Mali, claim to have shut down connections during elections and crisis periods on grounds of security. But rights groups and opposition dismiss these claims.
Hawaii uses what is called an open primary system that allows any voter to vote in primaries regardless of how they are registered.