India’s Congress party appointed a politician as its president. For the first time in 24 years, it is somebody who is not from the Nehru-Gandhi dynasty.
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Palestinian factions signed a reconciliation deal in Algiers on Thursday, vowing to hold elections by next October in their latest attempt to end rift.
The account of one of the last pro-democracy groups in Hong Kong with online payment processor, PayPal, has been terminated.
The spontaneous demonstrations in Iran over the death of Mahsa Amini persist and keep changing, becoming a threat to Iran.
Sweden, Norway, Finland, Denmark always rate highly on scales assessing democratic health, but it’s not easy to replicate their systems.
With nations across the world increasingly wary of the leadership of the United States, the war in Ukraine poses a test for the West.
China finds itself in an awkward position. One one hand it is a geopolitical giant and on the other it is owed much money.
China on Sunday opens a twice-a-decade party conference at which leader Xi Jinping is expected to receive a third five-year term.
Over 50 Sudanese pro-democracy groups have agreed on a new draft constitution, in one of the largest shows of unity from the opposition.
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