Reading time: 4 minutes By Francesco De Fazio Today, Turkish people will choose their new President. Two are the contestants: Erdogan, who’s been in power since 2003 and Kemal Kilicdarouglu, backed by a broad [ … ]
Haiti: from the Pearl of Antilles to NGO republic.
Reading time: 4 minutes By Ida Di Stasio Haiti is the poorest country of the Western Hemisphere, and seems to be plagued by natural, economic, and political disasters. Deadly earthquakes, epidemic outbreaks, corruption, short-lived [ … ]
The silent downfall of Tunisian democracy: what happened after the Arab Spring?
Reading time: 4 minutes By Francesco De Fazio, BOSDIC Tunisia was the only north-African country where the Arab Spring produced a radical and effective change in freedoms and democracy. Many had high hopes after [ … ]
“Conspiracy” or “Intervention”: Regime Change in Pakistan and the Diplomatic Future
Reading time: 5 minutes By Ali Aun While it was the first time ever in Pakistan’s history that a prime minister was removed through a vote of no-confidence, possibly signaling a strengthening of democratic [ … ]