Issues / Democracy & Governance
To Poles, “Smolensk” signifies not only the Russian city, but the circumstances surrounding the 2010 plane crash that killed Polish President Lech Kaczynski.
A broad-based movement against official corruption is rocking Guatemala to its core.
This small South American country is taxing wealthy estates and distributing the proceeds directly to workers.
Hungarian philosopher and political theorist Gaspar Miklos Tamas started out on the Left, moved steadily rightward, and then made an abrupt U-turn.
The percentage of unionized workers in Turkey has fallen from 57.5 in 2003 to just 9.68 percent today.
It's not just liberals that have soured on Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan. It's the country's often overlooked ethnic minorities.
In November 2013 John Feffer interviewed Jeffrey Sachs about the position Poland occupies in Europe.
A tight-knit group of neocon dead-enders is pushing Iran to the forefront of the GOP's foreign policy agenda.
The U.S. military sits at the center of a dispute that's plagued the peaceful island of Okinawa for decades.
If they wanted to, members of Congress could share the secret TPP text with the American people. Here's how.