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North Korea has blown up a vacant inter-Korean liaison office in a symbolic act of aggression.
Robert Reich calls on the attorney general to resign “for the sake of our democracy” in a new video.
Laurence Tribe described Alan Dershowitz's legal defense of Donald Trump as “remarkably absurd and extreme and dangerous."
The "Late Show" host trolls the president over a proposed move against his critics.
Accepting criticism is a lesson that Trump should learn from Xi Jinping and Vladimir Putin.
At this crucial moment, with our fragile democracy at serious risk, I really couldn't care less why Trump does what he does. It is his dangerous actions that count, not the psychological reasons he does them.
As a result, people's responses range from fear of bullying, to a dread of a Nazi Germany-style dictatorship, to concerns
(This article has been updated) You can tell a lot about someone by who they admire. Donald Trump admires Vladimir Putin
Since the early 1990s, North Korean watchers have predicted various North Korean collapse scenarios along with conditions
There is plenty of evidence to suggest Trump is both ignorant of and disinterested in democratic norms, but what does that mean?
I guess all the signs were there of what he was, but this is life in America in 2019. Muslims have been banned from the United
So why does Trump want to be president? To understand his motivation, we must first go to the inception of the candidacy
At the 2005 World Summit, it was affirmed that "each individual State has the responsibility to protect its populations from genocide, war crimes, ethnic cleansing and crimes against humanity."
Democracy is at the crossroads in Southeast Asian countries like Thailand, Indonesia, and the Philippines. Bejo Untung, head
For those living outside of north Atlantic countries, there appears to be a limit to what a democratic political system can accomplish in addressing their societies' deepest problems, founded on systemic inequality and injustice.
Anyone with eyes can see that most rulers in the Muslim World are not rule compliant and have used religion for control and
The ongoing purge in Turkey, where military personnel, police officials, civil servants, judges and teachers have been suspended, and the oppression of the ethnic minority group of Kurds in Turkey paints a grim picture of the future of democracy in the country.
The takeover has been so inept, and has inadvertently revealed so much of its own corruption, that popular opinion is turning against what is now widely described as a coup d'etat.
When it comes to human rights activism, digital games are usually not the first thing to come to mind. Yet in this age of