Just like during the 1970s, coups in Africa have become trendy again. And I mean “trendy”: many human actions are more contagious than we give them credit for.
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Californians’ exodus to places like Bend, Oregon, showcases rapid growth fueled by affordability, good schools, and a high quality of life.
Utah’s political landscape suffered a great misfortune recently as well-tolerated oligarch Mitt Romney announced he won’t be seeking reelection.
Ahead of the 2024 Republican primary, loyalty to Trump persists amidst democracy’s challenges. Vigilance in the justice system is vital for upcoming events.
Americans want electoral reform for greater choice. Recent surveys reveal openness to change, but transitioning from a two-party system presents challenges.
For those concerned and willing to move beyond expressions of frustration and contempt for Trump voters, part of the long-term solution may be something you have not considered.
A new poem about the modern world from Democracy Chronicles Author Jamie Lampidis titled Ascension.
The 2023 Russia-Africa Summit’s outcome hinges on African states viewing Russia as partner, competitor, and rival amid evolving norms and Sino-Russian ties.
Recent actions by Justices Thomas and Alito raise ethical concerns, impacting democracy’s trajectory. Urgent introspection is needed for course correction.
Weak passports trap citizens during crises, like Sudan’s impending collapse, limiting escape options and emphasizing the privilege of international movement.