More than 75 mosaics of comprised of posters, flyers and Post-it notes have sprung up across public spaces in Hong Kong, reiterating protesters' calls for democracy and denouncing China's efforts to bring the former British colony to heel.
An editorial in the state-run China Daily said Beijing would not allow the U.S. to interfere in what it called its "internal affairs."
Government by centuries-old conventions and uncodified rules makes it possible for the powerful to manipulate the system for their own ends
Tens of thousands of protesters descended on the U.S. consulate in Hong Kong on Sunday, calling on the Trump administration to lend more support.
"Hong Kongers are fighting for freedom, fighting for democracy, fighting for human rights," a pro-democracy activist said. "These are values that the United States stands for."
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense James Mattis penned a reflective condemnation of his old boss, President Donald Trump, and urged Americans to reject the "tribalism" and divisive rhetoric stirred up by the current administration.
The photo was taken on Sunday evening, during a clash between police and protesters in the Tsuen Wan area of Hong Kong.
A clumsy crackdown that evokes Tiananmen Square, President Xi Jinping would have to know, would be a disaster for Beijing.
California Senator Kamala Harris accused Russia of deliberately using racism to disrupt the 2016 U.S. presidential elections and provoke Americans into fighting against each another.
What began as a movement against a new extradition law has spiraled into a larger conflict between Hong Kong residents and the Communist Party regime in Beijing.
"The way forward is genuine democratic elections, not violence in the streets," Taiwanese Foreign Minister Joseph Wu said.
Reclaiming democracy requires ending big money in politics, stopping corporate welfare, busting up monopolies and stopping voter suppression. It is the bedrock for everything else America must do.
Putin claimed that traditional Western liberalism has "come into conflict with the interests of the overwhelming majority of the population."
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's political party has succeeded in its bid to nullify the results of the March 31 elections and hold new ones after the political opposition won by a slim margin.
"The Gillibrand plan doesn't address super PACs or dark money organizations, which have grown considerably since the 2010 Citizens United Supreme Court decision."
"Even if only a quarter [of] eligible voters participate, we are talking about enough money in a presidential race to replace all other forms of fundraising," Kenneth Mayer, a campaign finance reform expert, told Newsweek.
Trump's rhetoric undermines civility, erodes democratic norms, weakens the rule of law, fuels racial hatred, and promotes political violence.
Far too many people in Taiwan simply do not trust the Chinese government.
800,000 federal employees were pawns in Trump's game of brinksmanship. But as 2020 looms large, more and more candidates are talking about giving greater power to the workers.
2018 was the lowest year for democratic hopes in the Middle East. Some pushback against the new autocrats has begun after Khashoggi's murder—but the West can, and should, do more.
Bolsonaro had previously said that Brazil's two decades of military dictatorship, which ended in 1985, was a "very good period" and that he is "in favor of torture."
The partisan divide faithfully reflects the stark political choices facing Americans—and that's probably for the best.
Robert Kocharian was taken into custody again and faces charges of illegally using military forces to squash post-election protests in 2008.
Appearing as though she were already a 2020 presidential candidate railing against the president, Warren rebuked the president's foreign policy, accusing him of embracing dictators, aligning with authoritarian regimes and threatening Democracy.