“As onlookers, we find that there are big problems with the U.S. political system from which we should steer well clear,” China’s Communist Party outlet wrote.
"We did hear some things that were unusual, but we didn't hear any things that were highly irregular,” John Merrill, Alabama secretary of state, said.
Spanish police have shut down polling places to stop voters from voting on an independence referendum.
Spain is far from descending into full-scale conflict. But the Catalan independence debate has the potential to prove seriously destabilizing.
Active negotiation between Albania's governing Socialist Party and the opposition Democratic Party has not only ended the country’s electoral crisis but may invigorate disillusioned young voters.
The State Department's Stuart Jones appeared took a 20-second-long silent pause when a reporter asked him about U.S.' backing of democracy and Saudi Arabia
"The only real response we can make is to stand up and fight back—reclaim American democracy," Sanders said in a Brooklyn speech.
According to polls, liberal Moon Jae-in is likely to sweep to victory.
Timothy Snyder, a professor of Eastern European history at Yale, shifts his focus from the past to the present to help Americans counter the erosion of democracy.
"My concern is whether we have cut and past a framework that doesn’t work for Africa," says Amina Mohammed.
Our system of checks and balances will keep the president restrained but he is debasing the public's expectations of government.
"It’s not easy to be an activist facing the largest authoritarian regime in the world," says Demosisto campaigner Derek Lam.
Trump’s unwavering support for Putin shows disturbing similarities to Europe’s far right.
The report cited the collapse of trust in American public institutions as a reason for the change.
Democrats who try to bargain with Republicans might be played for suckers.