A little over a month ago, sudden news emerged that four Arab countries, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt, had abruptly cut ties with fellow Arab... Read More
Declared in 2009, National Aboriginal Month celebrates Indigenous populations across Canada by commemorating their traditions and cultural heritage. More than a... Read More
ISIS recently established a foothold in Southeast Asia with the capture of the city of Marawi, located on the southern islands of the Philippines, Mindanao. This... Read More
It was a celebration of one of the world’s most respected spiritual leaders. Thousands of exiled Tibetans gathered in the Indian-controlled portion of Kashmir (and in... Read More
China’s increasingly large footprint in Africa has generated both optimism and fear. The debate over whether China will improve African economies through sustainable... Read More
The 48 years between 1945 and 1993 saw 52 governments rise and fall, each on average lasting less than a year[…]When famed political scientist Maurice Duverger analyzed the differences between majoritarian and proportional systems, Italy was held up as the poster child of dysfunctional proportional system.