Issues / Democracy & Governance
Whatever party ends up on top in the Spanish election, it will have to form a coalition, thus ending the reign of the two-party system that has dominated the country since Franco.
A few politicians and intellectuals decry "Islamofascists," but the real target of Islamophobia is the mainstream Islam of mosques, moderate imams, and your friendly Muslim neighbors.
The Islamic State’s atrocities provide cover for the almost equally brutal Jabhat al-Nusra to operate.
After December's elections, Haiti could have yet another U.S.-backed president with a weak democratic mandate.
While bombastic GOP front runners steal the headlines, the Florida senator is quietly racking up the support of right-wing mega-donors and Bush-era neocons.
Argentina's conservative next president is under pressure to scale up dubious, reactive security policies in response to rising concerns about crime and the drug trade.
Three basic and unforgivable failures led to the crash of AirAsia flight QZ8501.
A tribunal this year uncovered grave violations against the human, economic, and cultural rights of Filipinos by Washington and their own leaders.
The leaders of fossil fuel companies are personally incentivized to keep their firms on a path of climate destruction.
Thousands of government representatives from the 20 nations met recently to deepen neoliberalism and kick the can on climate change, and all we got was another viral cat video.