Extremists benefit when we use euphemisms that confer on them an air of legitimacy.
There are many ways bad mathematics interferes with our democracy. Assigning delegates is just one example.
It’s been 35 years since Aotearoa New Zealand’s first private network brought real competition in the television news market. Yesterday Warner Bros Discovery announced an end to all that.
Soeharto’s oligarchy, not Prabowo, is subverting Indonesia’s democracy
When parliament blocked a radical MP from taking his seat in parliament, Burke warned that ignoring the people’s democratic will could have disastrous consequences.
The number of nonprofit news outlets is holding steady as they go out of business just as fast as they are founded.
Niger, Mali and Burkina Faso have much to lose if they cannot migrate to and from neighbouring countries in Ecowas.
Alexei Navalny, a persistent thorn in the side of Russian President Vladimir Putin, died on Feb. 16, 2024, in prison, authorities said.
How can an industry experiencing systemic failure get back on its feet?
A survey of people across 24 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean found widespread concern over the economy and crime.
Voter turnout, or the amount of people that turn up to vote in an election, is key to upholding democratic values. Does it matter on which day a country goes to the polls?
The PTI, the party of jailed former prime minister Imran Khan, won the most seats of any one party – but fell short of reaching the threshold for a majority government.
Educational philosopher John Dewey saw America’s schools as a place for students from different backgrounds to learn from one another.
Politicians often wheel out the phrase, but what does it really mean? We examined newspaper articles from before Federation to track how it was used.
As the country prepares to go to the polls on February 14, will the low representation of women in parliament improve? Given the systemic barriers in place, probably not.
Mini-publics, a type of participatory process, can help revitalize democracy in democratic member-based organizations.
Mali, Burkina Faso and Niger announced their intention to leave Ecowas. This may be a pointer to a deeper crisis in the Sahel region.
As many as 204 million Indonesians are registered to vote in what will be the world’s largest single-day election in 2024.
Senegal is considered west Africa’s most stable democracy because it has never suffered a coup d'etat. But all its former presidents have attempted to extend their tenure of office.
With their upcoming decision concerning whether Donald Trump can appear on the Colorado ballot, Supreme Court justices face the possibility that the ruling could be ignored or defied by the public.