One year away from the next Brazilian federal election, Lula and Bolsonaro – the exponents of the two most prominent political movements in Brazil – are the clear frontrunners. However, as rejection rates to both their names increase, it is worth wondering whether a dark horse candidate can break their tug-of-war and steal a victory.
How the correlation between women’s rights and the democratic process of Turkey underlines that Erdoğan fails at respecting both of them?
Journalists around the world continue to be killed, detained and punished for revealing political crimes and wrongdoings, mostly in their own nation.
The political turmoil happening in Thailand has accompanied the news for the whole of 2020. But what is happening in Thailand? Understanding the sociopolitical dynamics of the Thai nation is extremely complicated, as its history is characterized by intense and frequent political shocks that have left space for confusion and little opportunity for the growth of this country. The current protests led by the Thai youth, however, seem to have the needed potential to change the future political landscape of this country.
How are GAFA undermining our democracy? From market concentration and the crisis of small businesses, to external influence in elections and disinformation, here is an overall of the democratic processes in which they are involved.
Trump has admitted to purposefully refusing funding to the US Postal Service to undermine mail-in voting and effect the upcoming 2020 election. With this latest constitutional and democratic offence, who will fall first – Trump or the postal service?
TNGO’s Chief Editor Giacomo Di Capua interviewed Una Vaskovic, an expatriate Bosnian graduate student of International Affairs who had a first-hand view over the Bosnian government’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic.