Science fiction does more than entertain – it can also be used to better understand the political forces that shape the societies in which we live.
Ghana’s flawed democracy has failed to establish mechanisms to effectively control corruption.
Political power and a history of racism lurk behind the recent state takeover of the Houston public school system.
Many journalists were wrong about the 2003 invasion of Iraq, but Christopher Hitchens never admitted his mistake.
Wollstonecraft was ridiculed in her time for the idea that women should be treated as fully fledged beings.
Lady Rhondda was a suffragette, a business leader and an editor. A statue of her is expected to be revealed in Newport, south Wales, next year.
A survey of more than 12,000 US voters found that Black Americans are among the most hopeful about the direction of politics – and they are turning that emotion into action at the polls.
Peter Obi is leading a ‘third force’ that might spring surprises in Nigeria’s presidential election.
Bola Ahmed Tinubu emerges winner of a disputed 2023 presidential election.
A digital tool to help citizens know the candidates better has been developed for Nigeria’s 2023 elections.
Logistical challenges facing the 2023 elections remain huge given the number of political parties, the security environment and the number of contestants at various levels.
The conceptual, technical, entrepreneurial and interpersonal skills that make a good leader are crucial to every profession and activity. Developing them will enrich your life.
Young Nigerians actively discuss politics and governance despite being kept on the sidelines. They seek a government that would promote their inclusion and solve problems affecting them.
It’s campaign season in Nigeria. A political scientist shares what she hates and likes about political campaigns.
The future and fate of Nigeria depends on the strength of character and dedication of the incoming president.
The fallout over the Scottish government’s gender recognition legislation has not happened in isolation.
An expert in the circus in literature and culture explains the root of its resonance as a political metaphor – and why circus performers object to it.
The recurrent bickering and fragmentation within the Nkrumahist parties raises doubt as to whether they can rise to the call by Ghanaian electorate.
New research shows fewer women are joining the Liberals and Labor youth wings – and fewer want to stand as future candidates, as well.
What happens if GOP holdouts continue to hold out on the speaker position? And what if they don’t?