There is a new phenomenon called democracy in the Arab world and there should be no question that this is a remarkably positive turn of events that should continue to be supported by people of good will the world over.
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Australia-supported Indonesian militia implicated in death of West Papuan separatist leader and an example of a failed counterterrorism initiatives approach
Roger Copple proposes an updated Constitution for the 21st century. If at the very least this essay is food for thought for students and concerned citizens who want to reform our Constitutional Democratic Republic or create a new one, then he is pleased.
Federal Court Panels give a much needed boost in the form of a blessing In disguise for Obama and his battle with voter ID laws
Counting ICT in Pseudocode: A Proposal For ICT in Computer Programming Language
Michael Ossipoff Examines Strategy Options For DC’s New Approval Poll
Author and Minguo Founder Augustin Introduces a Polling Website to Democracy Community
The Influence of Money on Any Campaign is a More Difficult Problem Than Many Accept But Assigning Blame for Campaign Cash Influence is Not Very Easy To Do
Author Ossipoff Suggests Using a State Minor Office Election as a Test Election and Making the Best Use of Plurality Voting System Under Current Conditions
A Vitally Important Increase in American Voter Turnout Starts at Home