We all know that Democrats and Republicans don't like to play nice in the government. But is it really their fault?
April 16, 2019
We need to use our systems of checks and balances more effectively if we are to combat populist rule destabilizing democracy.
Algeria had the same president for 20 years. Now, with the announcement that he will not be seeking a fifth term, there is a chance that Algeria’s withering democracy can grow and flourish once again, setting an important precedent in North Africa.
The Uighurs, a religious and ethnic minority group in China, are being placed in re-education camps and are facing intense discrimination. These actions have led China to become more authoritarian over time.
This article was written mainly in response to the New York Times article “Wisconsin, Ground Zero for 2020 Politics, Looks Like a Tossup Again” written by Trip Gabriel, published April 4, 2019 The hyper-contentious national political climate is making its way into state politics, ...
Polarization in the United States is a serious threat to liberal democracy.