With a week to go until Election Day 2020, former Vice President Joe Biden holds a handy lead over President Donald Trump in both the national popular vote and in key swing state. Continue reading Electoral College 2020: Trump or Biden to win?
Tanzania election contender Tundu Lissu survived an attempt on his life three years ago, now he is the opposition’s main hope of victory in Wednesday’s crucial vote. Continue reading Tanzania’s Tundu Lissu took 16 bullets, now the election contender has his sights on power
Chileans are heading to the polls this Sunday to decide whether or not to ditch their Constitution. Continue reading Chile’s constitutional referendum – breaking the binds of neoliberalism?
On October 16, Samuel Paty, a history teacher outside Paris, was beheaded in front of his secondary school, weeks after he had shown Charlie Hebdo’s Mahomet caricatures to his students during a class on freedom of speech. Continue reading Murdered school teacher revives sacred question of secularism in France
After seven years of government by former military leader Abdel Fattah al-Sisi, faith in the democratic process in Egypt appears almost non-existent. Continue reading Egypt’s journalists continue to live in fear of the regime as parliamentary elections commence
Evo Morales was forced out of Bolivia under a year ago in an event some felt signalled the end of the left in Latin America. Continue reading Patience, memories and a weak, neoliberal opposition – how MAS and Morales returned to power in Bolivia
The Democratic Socialists of Canada are reporting continued growth despite the challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic and criticism from some on the political left. Continue reading Democratic Socialists of Canada pushing for change to help ‘every single person that’s living in Canada’
Luton North MP Sarah Owen lamented the rise in hate crimes towards East Asian people in the UK and urged for action to curb racism against these communities. Continue reading ‘Coronavirus has been given the face of a Chinese Asian person’: MP calls for action over anti-Asian racism
Many Czechs are still afraid of immigrants says Pirate Party candidate Cyril Koky, who wants to increase the representation of minorities in politics. Continue reading EXCLUSIVE: Fear of immigrants remains high in Czechia, says Pirate Party candidate
Last Wednesday, the Greek neo-Nazi party Golden Dawn was found guilty of running a criminal organisation following a trial involving seven of its leaders. Continue reading Why Golden Dawn has been ruled a criminal organisation by Greece’s judiciary