Gender equality in Iran continues to suffer for religious reasons. HRW called for the release of women detained on grounds of an Iran women stadium ban.
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Democratic allies need to band together in coordinated effort to counter Chinese and Russian “political warfare operations” to ward off threats to freedom.
An interesting article in Democracy Digests argues that in the run-up to the presidential poll, Tunisia’s democratic experiment ‘faces toughest test’.
In what is now Taiwan’s “silk road of democracy”, Taiwan’s ruling DPP, last month, sent a delegation to visit the Tibetan government-in-exile in India.
Since he took power seven years ago, President Xi Jinping has faced a growing din of foreign condemnation over his government’s human rights record.
Majority of Africans believe democracy remains the best form of government and free, fair and multiparty elections remain the ideal way to choose leaders.
Repression of 16 August 2019 Zimbabwe protests places the Southern African nation more on the path of instability. Zimbabwe needs urgent political reforms.
Democracy Chronicles welcomes the release of its author, Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Benny Tai, and urges Beijing to respect democratic rights.
Hong Kong protest policing has not been the best due to police brutality. HWR has called on Hong Kong Police to exercise restraint in on-going protests.
Two academics think that the best way to curb China’s sharp power is through a transatlantic partnership between Europe and the United States of America.