Time stands still for more than 740,000 homeless Rohingya Muslims, who are still unable to return home two years after being driven out of northern Rakhine.
Dictatorships articles on Democracy Chronicles
Here you will find our latest news on dictatorships around the world. These articles attempt to shine a light on the ridiculous, bizarre, and inhumane ramifications that result from organizing human societies without consent of the humans. The worst abuses of dictatorships will be covered here as well as their most outrageous behavior. Also see our section on the Political Dissidents who struggle against dictatorships across the world.
“From the errors of other nations, let us learn wisdom.”
Some 14 Cuban non-governmental organizations have declared a new “iron curtain of information” is descending in Cuba as government censors increase.
Zimbabwe’s misery is largely the product of State repression. Its security agencies have been involved in incidents that have targeted the opposition.
Outgoing UN Resident Coordinator in Zimbabwe, Bishow Parajuli, says the current crackdown targeting opposition demonstrators and activists is “intolerable.
Zimbabwean chief Felix Nhlanhlayamangwe Ndiweni, who was serving an 18-month jail-term at Khami Prison, has been released by the High Court on $500 bail.
One of China’s key programs is quelling dissent. China has shut down Unirule, one of the country’s rare strongholds for liberal economic thought.
From repression to threats of military crackdown it is increasingly mobilizing underground forces and networks to smash the Hong Kong protests.
It was a striking choice for France to invite Egyptian President Sisi to attend the G7 summit in Biarritz, with theme being “the fight against inequality”.
Human Rights Watch has called on Thai authorities to launch credible investigation into death of suspected insurgent Abdulloh Esormusor in military custody.
Jaslyk prison planned closure offers hope that Uzbekistan is on the path to making serious improvements in its terrible record on human rights.