A fresh round of talks will be held in Egypt next month in which the “road map for the referendum and elections” will be decided.
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Voters also endured a mass internet shutdown despite pressure from the international community to refrain from such actions.
Asking Tunisians what they thought of the perilous journey their country has made toward democracy—and what their hopes are for the future.
Democracy Chronicles author Steve Schneider interviews ex-pat American Jason Meursault who shares his overseas perspective on the Capitol riot.
The year 2021 is poised to be a busy political season for the African continent with more than 13 countries heading to the polls to elect new leaders.
The Zimbabwean government has pursued its crackdown on the opposition. Police on Monday arrested lawyer for MDC Alliance party spokesperson.
African states continue to record some of the fastest growth rates globally. But despite these economic strides, authoritarianism persists.
When the Arab Spring broke out there was much hope for reforms. However, a decade on, the hope that it would bring democracy to the Arab world looks lost.
Uganda, known to be an authoritarian state, has issued a new directive that aims to scrutinize journalists working for foreign media.
France is set to receive President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi of Egypt December 7. President Al-Sisi has a track record of undemocratic governance.