Weakness on terrorism and enabling Trump disparage the brave Americans who redirected flight 93 on 9/11 away from the Capitol.
The idea that the Taliban can give “general amnesty” to the Afghan population is unacceptable. Above all, the Taliban cannot be trusted.
Cautious optimism is best in regards to the future of Zambia’s democracy despite the unfolding peaceful transition of power to Hichilema.
Given the frenzy of activities against dissidents, it’s been a depressing couple of weeks for proponents of human rights in Vietnam.
Rulers — and the oligarchs who support them — have found out how to establish a one-party state without resorting to coups.
In view of the African Union’s weakness, a key lesson from Chad’s April 2021 coup is that democratisation depends on the people.
Chadian President Idriss Deby has died on the frontline. Elected for a 6th term April 11, Deby was wounded in combat with rebels.
America’s constitution, the separation of powers and federalism are why American democracy is one of the most resilient in the world.
The partisan nature of the impeachment process is the stamp of America’s flawed democracy. The people, not Congress should be the ones to impeach or acquit.
Key moments at the start and end of the 2020 State of the Union exposed deepening political divide in America, signal the need for voters’ decisive action.