Hungarian democracy may appear to be fine, but in reality, its democracy is being eroded by the powers that be. Kim Scheppele's exploration of the term "Frankenstate" helps to explain how this is possible.
Chile's government consistently ranks at the top of Freedom House's indices for measuring democracy. This showcases that Chile isn't problem-free, but rather handles them well.
Slavery. Military Intervention. Oppression of the Press. Three distinct pieces that add up to one thing: a lack of democracy in Mauritania.
Family ties within the political realm in the Philippines have continued the democratic erosion within their institutional system.
Nonviolent protests have been proven throughout history to be the most successful forms of resistance, and the Saratoga Immigration Coalition is furthering this goal with affirmative action.
Educating citizens about the First Amendment helps encourage non-violent means of resistance.
All in all, the march was successful. But was it effective?
In the current state of American politics and the country's democracy, will the country finally see further gun reform after political organization and coalition building by students?
After the success of the 'March for our lives' movement, it is time to start the conversation on why voting should be a truly universal right to all American citizens, regardless of their age.
A brief look at my experience on the Murphy Campaign at its beginning and end.