Following a Whatsapp tax Lebanese pursued protests Friday over mismanagement of crisis and political corruption. They demand the fall of the Hariri regime.
International Democracy articles
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Results of new Pew Research Center survey in 14 EU states and USA indicate American and European values sometimes vary on key areas affecting their lives.
“China’s Muslim Uighurs face systematic oppression. Their…province…Xinjiang is a police state – an estimated one million of them…detained in camps…”
2018/19 AmericasBarometer results presented Tuesday, Oct. 15, at the Wilson Center in Washington DC show slide in support for democracy in the Americas.
Article revisits Ukrainian democracy and its journey to prominence in Eastern Europe. The article views corruption as a major threat to Ukraine’s democracy.
Nobel Peace Prize should serve as reminder to winner, Ethiopian PM, Abiy Ahmed, that he must not depart from national and regional democratic reforms.
Nobel Peace Price winner Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed gave his first interview to a Western media, VOA, in late May 2019. Here are the highlights.
3 years after separatist conflict started, repression is still preferred by Cameroon going as far as attacking the Bafut Royal Palace a World Heritage site.
On Sudan’s transition, expert opinion raises the question of whether Nigeria’s militarised democratic experiment should serve as a lesson.
Experts opine late President Ben Ali continues to cast shadow over Tunisia, the only nation to emerge from the Arab Spring as a functioning democracy.