It is important to remember the sacrifices of those who stood in the way of the FETO coup plotters to save their country’s democracy.
The once-dominant Socialist Party has polled a dismal two percent approval of voters in a recent survey, showing how far the left has lost its credibility ahead of upcoming April elections.
Afghans deserve a democratic system, one that is localised to them.
The victorious Western alliance saw Russia as a crumbled post-Soviet state and did not make enough efforts to let Moscow join the power bloc.
Presented as a solution to the country’s challenges, the participatory platform appears to be a further step towards one-man rule.
Tehran finds itself in a geopolitical, economic, and diplomatic bind.
The watchdog’s latest report argues increased repression is a sign that autocracies are losing their grip, as both civilian and political opposition grows stronger.
Washington has promised a year of action will follow the two-day gathering of over 100 leaders, but the event has been marred by questions over some invitees' democratic credentials and the absence of other nations who were not invited.
While the summit claims to promote democracy globally, Washington’s invitation list appears to exclude democratic countries with growing ties to China.
Pew Research Center finds a large majority in democratic countries say the health of their democracy has declined and governments no longer work for the benefit of the population.
The recent regional elections were billed as a test for the beginning of the end of a years-long political stalemate.
The remarks from Chief of Police Lt. General Khalid Mahdi Ibrahim came a day after at least 15 people were killed by live fire during demonstrations against the October 25 coup.
Subscribe to our Youtube channel for all latest in-depth, on the ground reporting from around the world.
Copyright © 2022 TRT World.