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The politically unstable past of Africa's fastest-growing economy is threatening its future

From the fancy French-style cafes to the fancy malls of capital city Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire has been a picture of economic stability and rapid growth in recent years. 442 more words

Lebanese Politics - 2016 In Review

Lebanon ends 2016 with a Lebanese Forces minister as the official spokesman of a March 8-dominated cabinet led by President Michel Aoun and his Prime Minister, Saad Hariri. 6,272 more words


Dane Taleski: Early Parliamentary Elections in Macedonia - Out of the crisis or into a bigger one?

Article by Dane Taleski, Adjunct Professor at the South East European University in Tetovo/Skopje and a member of the Balkans in Europe Policy Advisory Group… 930 more words


Democracy - There is no silver bullet

Recently, parliamentary elections took place in my country of origin, Jordan. As I live in Canada, it has been interesting to survey people’s opinions on social media. 475 more words


Two Georgian politicians just got into a fist fight on live television

If you want to watch a real heated debate, Georgian politics is where it’s at.

Last night (Sept. 27), a televised debate between two Georgian parliamentary candidates got out of hand when one candidate accused the other’s party of being too friendly with Russia. 61 more words

Did Ashraf Rifi's Resignation inspire the Kataeb?

This is the 22nd post in a series of monthly posts covering the presidential elections. This post is about the months of May and June 2016. 2,699 more words