Issues / Democracy & Governance
The increased tempo of the GOP's snatch and grab in recent days suggests that they're feeling a certain desperation.
Eastern Europe led the way with the kind of right-wing "populism" that now occupies the White House.
It's time for the world to consider sanctioning the U.S. and companies who benefit from its efforts to undermine climate action.
The anti-war movement needs money, and the Koch brothers have it. But it comes with strings attached.
Thousands of Arab Bedouins in Israel's Negev desert are denied power, water, sewage, and roads by the state. And their villages are under constant threat of demolition.
Between the new restrictions and the travel warning, Cuba’s burgeoning private sector has already felt what Cubans call "the Trump effect."
Fresh off an Asia trip where he showed surprising deference to dictators, Trump looks ready to start a renewed assault on critics at home.
After a high-profile embarrassment in Niger, the Pentagon is gearing up to deepen its already growing presence in Africa.
When companies do business in a regulatory vacuum, they make their own rules. And from the U.S. to Zambia, many governments are only too happy to let them.
The UK's Conservative government is weak, the Labor Party is rising, and EU members are out for blood.