On Wednesday, President Trump refused to say whether he would commit to a peaceful transition of power if he lost in the upcoming election, telling reporters: “We’re going to have to see what happens.” Continue reading Will Trump squat in the White House if he loses?
Meryam Haddad is fighting to rejoin the Green Party of Canada leadership race after being kicked out by party officials for unknown reasons yesterday. Continue reading Green Party leadership contender Haddad faces appeal to rejoin party following expulsion
In the 2019 General Election, 220 women MPs were elected to Parliament, the highest number ever. Continue reading Parliament won’t achieve gender parity until 2060 – unless action is taken now
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the opera-loving judicial firebrand diva who became a legal, cultural and feminist icon well into her 80s, died on Friday. Continue reading Ruth Bader Ginsburg – what will her death mean for 2020 and the Supreme Court?
After spending her career in places like Brussels and Barcelona, Annamie Paul has her sights set on a new role in Ottawa. Continue reading Annamie Paul: All Canadians ‘should have access to a certain quality of life’
Stark foreign policy differences were revealed during the September 10 Green Party of Canada leadership debate. Continue reading Green Party leadership election: Candidates lock horns over foreign policy
With less than sixty days to go until the United States presidential election, some states have already begun early and mail in voting. Continue reading This is the Democratic doomsday scenario for election night
David Merner wants Canada’s Greens to shift their focus from protest to power. Continue reading David Merner: Greens must become winners rather than a protest party
Last month, South Korea’s spy agency was said to have reported that Kim Yo-jong had been given increased powers in North Korea’s administration by her older brother Kim Jong-un. Continue reading Kim Yo-jong rises through the North Korean ranks – but rumours around her should be approached with scepticism
The Polish liberal-centrist opposition’s future prospects depend critically upon how Warsaw’s mayor builds on the political capital derived from his strong presidential election challenge. Continue reading What are the prospects for the Polish opposition?