Ferdinand Marcos Jr, nicknamed “Bongbong”, is poised to be the next leader of the Philippines, but the Marcos family is infamous.
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Towards Ramadan’s end on April 24, Egyptian authorities freed about 40 unjustly detained, including journalists. But this changes nothing.
To overcome the tight controls on the internet aimed at reducing conversations on the Ukraine war, Russians are turning to VPN.
Regardless of what happens in the elections on May 9, 2022, it will take generations to consolidate Philippine democracy, expert.
Journalists reporting the deadly floods of 2021 in Zhengzhou city, Henan province, were accused of a smear campaign against China.
Ever since the transition started in Pakistan, journalists have faced assault and online and legal harassment according to sources.
Although Sri Lankans have been protesting against bad governance, there are deep societal and political divisions behind the curtains.
India’s ranking in the World Press Freedom Index has fallen down to 150th position from last year’s 142nd rank out of 180 countries.
Japan dropped to 71st in the 2022 world press freedom rankings by Reporters Without Borders, down from 67th in the 2021 rankings.
People with authoritarian views, left or right, have surprisingly similar behaviors and psychological characteristics, a new study finds.