After Russia sending troops to Kazakhstan to help quell dissent, Belarus is jailing its own citizens for supporting the protests.
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The urge to keep Mario Draghi in authority is a mounting concern given the historical precariousness of Italy’s governments.
Women will make up a record 14 of the 29 ministers and secretary of state of The Netherlands, including 10 of the 20 ministers.
In response to reports of the use of spyware against the opposition, Poland’s opposition leader has called for a parliamentary probe.
China’s push for global supremacy plays out not only in its vicinity but also in the quieter coercion that Beijing practices every day.
Comedians are helping run Ukraine. President Volodymyr Zelensky has surrounded himself with advisers from his old comedy troupe.
Poland’s President has vetoed a bill that would have forced US Media Group Discovery to give up stakes in Polish broadcaster TVN.
Switzerland wants to take advantage of the opportunity offered by the Summit for Democracy build a name for itself internationally.
The EU wants Facebook and Google to reveal how and why they use political ads to target people, as well as who pays for them.
A plan to elect supreme court judges by lot rather than by the Swiss parliament was rejected by voters in all 26 Cantons of the country.