Posts Tagged: Democracy
As Cuba and the United States continue down the road of reconciliation, they must still avoid the bumps.
Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton's position on the Israeli occupation of the West Bank does not bode well for her future foreign policy.
On numerous occasions the United States has nipped democracy in the bud elsewhere.
In the "fast-fast" political culture of South Korea, some leaders are patiently—and effectively—making strides for democracy, clean energy, and maybe even peace.
Reese Erlich's new book on Syria combines on-the-ground reporting with an encyclopedic background in the region’s history.
President Obama is definitely "into" Africa. Unfortunately that has translated into holding the door open for U.S. multinationals to do what outsiders have done for centuries: extract the continent’s wealth.
Hungary, once a liberal democracy, regressed to a semi-autocratic regime.
Fighting corruption is a proven means to reduce inequality. But the issue has often been co-opted by elites looking to do just the opposite.
Despite the lip service given to democracy the world over, coups remain a popular last resort. Here's why.
For some Korean American activists, the Sewol ferry disaster is a reminder that South Korean capitalism is a product of the country's authoritarian past—a past in which the U.S. played no small part.