Citizens of Palestine, under either Hamas or Fatah rule, enjoy neither natural nor legal rights. They are not allowed to air out their opinions.
International Democracy Originals
This International Democracy Originals archive has all of our original articles about the global struggle for free and fair elections, not including the original work of our our DC Authors. Articles in this International Democracy Originals archive were put together by the DC editing team as part of our daily curation of pro-democracy news from around the web. Be sure to also check out our main section on World Democracy as well.
On October 9, 2018, the WCED published a video on “How Democracies Live and Die” as a second segment to the video, “The history of democracies emerging and submerging”.
A wave of enthusiasm democracy can be felt in Armenia since Prime Minister Nikol Pashinyan began his term on May 8, 2018, reflected in a new poll by IRI.
Nepalis are pinning their hopes on PM Oli and the newly formed government’s ability to deliver prosperity, political stability, and development.
On this day, 118 years ago, Queen Victoria of Britain made the Royal Proclamation of the Commonwealth of Australia, declaring its creation on and after the first day of January 1901.
Equatorial Guinea’s Vice President, Obiang Mangue was over the weekend detained in Brazil by federal police and revenue authorities for possession of well over $50 million.
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.
Identity has become a divisive political concept around the world. In recent years appeals to group identity have warrant the election of Donald Trump.
The Metropolitan Policy Program, in partnership with Higher Heights Leadership Fund, explored the tapped and untapped electoral strength of black women.
White South African workers have gone to the streets to protest discrimination. This is a first in country’s history. The apartheid system abolished in 1994 largely favored the white minority.