Elections

Pakistan is going to polls on July 25th. If the general elections take place as per the schedule, then it would be the third consecutive democratic transition in the history of Pakistan.  For the first time, two consecutive democratic governments ...

Vladimir Putin was again, confirmed as the Russian government’s leader on March 18th with 77% of the ballot. After many years, it seems that Putin is the only man capable to maintain Russia’s unity and international impact on the world’s ...

Following the rise of the Alternative Fur Deutschland Germany’s homegrown modernized white nationalist movement to unprecedented prominence in the Bundestag, party leader Alexander Gauland assured the Jews of Germany in an interview that they have ‘nothing to fear’ at the ...

Will Angela Merkel respond to voters’ concerns or keep ignoring them? German chancellor Angela Merkel has paid a steep price for her controversial 2015 decision to let in millions of people fleeing Middle Eastern and African countries. Merkel’s party, the ...

As I compile this article the death toll, as a direct consequence of deadly protests in Kenya following the declaration of election results, has risen to 24. This worrisome eventuality brings back gruesome memories of the 2007 post-election violence that ...

Chad is holding a fund-raising round-table in Paris today; which will last for three days from 6 to 8 September 2017, to mobilize funds in order to obtain contributions for its newly adopted national development plan (NDP). The country adopts ...

On May 19th Iran went to the polls and Hassan Rouhani was re-elected by a majority. The campaign was about the economy, minority rights and reforms. In theory, when we look at the political structure of Iran, it is close ...

They said outsider politics would revolutionise Europe: “France has elected its youngest president since Napoleon by voting in the centrist candidate Emmanuel Macron.” Not a promising analogy (and Napoleon was no president.)  This article is an original combination of the Andrew Bolt ...

What Marine Le Pen and Dilma Rousseff have in common ? Le Pen’s protectionist policies recall Dilma’s own resistance to foreign goods. This article was orginally published by our partner Plus55 and written by Mauricio Bento. Marion Anne Perrine Le Pen, ...

Essay  by Julien Garcia, member of HEIP Junior Consulting The COP 21 was the most important international meeting about environment ever made. It led to ambitious promises and brought a feeling of hope about the climatic challenge. However, the world ...