As a democracy, Sweden cannot separate a final high-level nuclear waste repository from the expansion of the interim one, authority.
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The EU has pledged to continue to advocate democracy and human rights worldwide beyond the West’s exit from Afghanistan.
The Taliban want recognition for their “legitimate representative” rule which they claim will put an end to the sufferings of Afghans.
There is a political honeymoon going on in Zambia right now. The new president, Hakainde Hichelma, is making all the right promises.
Afghanistan serves as a timely reminder that, while we and our European partners may be tired of “forever wars,” the Taliban are not.
While there was no illusion about it, the Taliban has stressed that there won’t be the slightest trace of democracy in its governance.
Social media giants have secured accounts of Afghan nationals so that they are not targeted following the unfortunate Taliban takeover.
Switzerland political system is supported by technology. However little is known about the impact of digitization on its democracy.
COVID-19 is driving up mail-in voting in Canada ahead of Sep. 20 poll and the complicated registration process may dissuade voters.
Authoritarians worldwide like to show that they are strong and work hard to maintain this image but in reality they are very weak.