The autocrat Ramzan Kadyrov continues to remove anyone who speaks out against his regime.
As the dust settles on Nigeria’s elections amid reports of technology failures and violence, it is clear that digital elections are no panacea.
Gender power dynamics that often objectify women into sex tools feel exhaustingly repetitive.
Somos duas das primeiras mulheres indígenas a serem eleitas como deputadas federais nos Estados Unidos e no Brasil, respectivamente. Estamos preocupadas com as ameaças que nossos povos precisam enfrentar.
For Nowruz this year, let's start some new traditions.
Even if a resolution has little practical effect, Congress at least is registering a dissent while standing up for its constitutional authority.
No compromise, no opposition — and above all, no common sense.
The accused New Zealand gunman’s manifesto, “The Great Replacement,” is an obvious reference to the eponymous book authored by Renaud Camus in 2012.
It’s clear that China’s objective is to kill our identity. But if we can save our culture, China cannot win.
As two of the first female indigenous members of Congress in the United States and Brazil, respectively, we are concerned about threats facing our communities.
The next president will have to build up parliamentary support for reform but also must focus on limiting the power of government at all levels.
If there is another Arab Spring, Trump will be one of the losers.
Nasrin Sotoudeh’s jailing is an affront to human rights and the rule of law.
The administration ought to insist that the Taliban accept a U.S. timeline for withdrawal measured in years rather than months.
National elections in Australia have been won by the exploitation of anti-immigration anxiety.