Former U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry once described the Asian nation of Mongolia as an “oasis of democracy”, but are its democratic institutions backsliding into authoritarianism?
The 2019 Indonesian presidential election has ended, but both candidates claim victory.
Admist fake news and disinformation, Indians must cast their vote in the 2019 elections.
Hong Kong’s press freedom is declining and the causes are systemic, economic, and political. However, there are also counteracting forces that have prevented the media from succumbing totally to control and censorship.
A call for merging and a series of attacks offers alarming insight for communism in Nepal.
The factors that have allowed Japan to avoid falling to populism are the same ones that foreshadow future turmoil.
Japan's discreet democratic erosion from the perspective of the Centralization of Authority over Personnel Affairs
If the Philippine opposition is to save democracy, it must commit to a marathon of resistance while offering a real alternative to Rodrigo Duterte.
The erosion of Philippine democracy has set a new stage of opportunity for resistance movements to seize. Indeed, the country is in another “extraordinary time”. What could the role of the National Democratic Left (ND) be in the fight against democratic erosion?