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Category: Democracy

‘Skirmishes’ In The Global Village

Russian President Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin‘s decision to invade Ukraine shocked and terrified the entire world on February 24, 2022. A year has passed since then. At that period of time, […]

On Her Long-Standing Service

Nicola Ferguson Sturgeon (b. July 19, 1970) recently stepped down as the First Minister of Scotland, and leader of the Scottish National Party (SNP). She made an announcement in this […]

For The PERUsal Of The People

Anti-Government protests have claimed hundreds of lives in Peru since December 2022. The situation prompted the Administration of President Dina Boluarte to declare a month-long State of Emergency in several […]

Problematic Age

No country in the world is free of problems; however, different countries face different types of problems. Each and every political outfit is taking advantage of these problems, in order […]

Gaslighting & The Illusion Of Post-Truth

It became noticeable because of one of the scenes of the 1944 Oscar-winning film Gaslight, starring Swedish actress Ingrid Bergman (August 29, 1915 – August 29, 1982), based on a […]

Democracy On Decline

Well, what was seen in Washington DC on January 6, 2021 got repeated in Brasilia on January 8, 2023. The rampage and the vandalism by Right-Wing frenzy, slogans to paralyse […]

On The Right Choice

People belonging to both the Developed and the Developing world have started supporting the Far-Right-Wing Politics, across the globe. The Republican Party of the US (from the Donald Trump era) […]

Shaking Up The Int’l Order

Dr Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, the Indian Minister of External Affairs, has presented the Global Food, Energy and Economic Crisis, as well as the ongoing Russia-Ukraine War, to Europe in a different […]

Jingoism: A New Definition

At a time when a war between Russia and Ukraine is going on in Europe, tension mounts in the Balkans. In the last week of December 2022, Xhelal Sve├žla, the […]