The 2016 vote may have been a disappointment to Spain’s insurgent progressives. But they’ve proven they’re here to stay.
Trump’s choice of energy advisor signals environmental policies that will lead to climate catastrophe.
Sierra Leone may be slowly transcending its ethnic-based politics, but poverty remains an omnipresent threat to its development and democracy.
After years of brutal austerity, collapsing economies, widespread unemployment, and shredding of the social safety net, Italians said “basta!” Enough!
The Institute for Policy Studies hosts a livestream on Election Night, 8 PM – 11 PM ET, aims to address topics often overlooked in public discourse.
I’m not going to let Obama hold my hand in public until he starts acting like the man who courted the climate community before the last election.
Anyone who thinks that choosing a “better” leader for the U.S. empire will somehow bring about “radical transformations” has been watching too many campaign infomercials. Only powerful social movements can do that.
The West suddenly seems less concerned with democracy in the DRC than it professed to be last year.
Now I’ve got the Steely Mitt blues.
Seen him on TV.
But I’ll never forget
what Mitt did to me.
Should the United States choose to support long-term peace and stability over its short-term counterterrorism interests, there is much that it can do to help ensure a peaceful Kenyan election.
In this year’s primaries, 41 percent voted Republican or Democrat. Fifty-nine percent didn’t vote; the equivalent of voting for no one.
Four experts discuss the significance of Obama’s presidential win and some of the challenges that lie ahead for U.S. progressive movements.
A tongue-in-cheek account of that historic evening.
With sweeping Democratic victories in the House, Senate, and presidential races, a new day has dawned for American politics.
McCain and Palin tried to smear Obama through guilt by association. But this isn’t just a Republican tactic.