“I am upset with the Supreme Court's decision. I was shocked because when the Deputy Speaker conducted the investigation, the Supreme Court should have investigated.
The escalating crisis dominated a summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) regional bloc, which has led so far fruitless diplomatic efforts to end the bloodshed.
Anil Kumar Baloch, the 'nomad' from Balochistan, Afghanistan, Russia and Kazakhstan who has made India his home, says the country is very accommodating
A big win for Venezuela’s fractured opposition in a stronghold of the ruling socialist party on Sunday has given it fresh hope that electoral triumphs are within its grasp if it can both unite and mobilize voters. Sergio Garrido, an opposition
India steps into its 73rd year as a democratic republic on Wednesday. The Constitution that came into force on January 26, 1950 gave primacy to social, economic and political justice, in that order, in the Preamble which outlines
Ranked choice voting is gaining ground across America. In August, Alaska ran its first election using the method, joining Maine, New York City and many smaller communities. RCV is a voting method grounded in common sense with a time-proven track record. It empowers individual voters to send a clearer message about
The 2022 midterms are less than two months away and democracy itself is on the line. It may be our last chance to save democracy from the rise of right-wing authoritarianism. Winning means doing everything possible to keep far-right populists from reaching the House, Senate and governors’
The Roberts court’s record for safeguarding voting rights is hardly impressive. Rather than view access to the ballot box as fundamental to a healthy democracy, the Supreme Court’s conservative majority prefers to pretend that blatant attempts to
Former Attorney General William Barr has been on a tear lately. He’s calling out his ex-boss for potential criminality and obstruction amid the evidence that Donald Trump absconded from the White House with boxfuls of government documents, including the most highly classified kind. Barr’s truth-telling is welcome, especially
Peru’s Marxist-Leninist president Pedro Castillo is billed to face an impeachment process on March 28, even as he got the unicameral house to ratify his latest cabinet. Castillo has earned the credit of having changed his cabinet the maximum