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In Zimbabwe: An Era Comes To An End With The Ouster Of Robert Mugabe

In Zimbabwe: An Era Comes To An End With The Ouster Of Robert Mugabe

The political end of President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe, came swiftly and unexpectedly. After leading the country since its independence from the United Kingdom in 1980, he was forced to leave office, once the military had consolidated control away from him. The former 93 year old President had clung to power, even as his mental […]

In Honduras President Hernandez Coasts To An Easy Re-Election

In Honduras President Hernandez Coasts To An Easy Re-Election

President Juan Orlando Hernandez has been in office since January of 2014. He is now running for re-election. According to the 1982 Constitution that action, would have been illegal. Two years ago, the Supreme Court of Honduras ruled the prohibition on term limits was to be lifted. The previous law was enacted to prevent a […]

The Resurgence Of The Political Right in Chile Will Be Limited

The Resurgence Of The Political Right in Chile Will Be Limited

In Chile, the era of President Michelle Bachelet is entering its twilight. Her second term which began in 2014, will be ending on a sour note. Her center-left government, has failed to provide the economic growth, that her reforms were promised to bring. Now along with being tarnished with corruption, due to family scandal, her […]

Shinzo Abe Wins Another Super Majority With Parliamentary Elections In Japan

Shinzo Abe Wins Another Super Majority With Parliamentary Elections In Japan

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe of Japan decided to call for a snap election in late October, to consolidate his control in the legislature. The resulting parliamentary elections soon delivered an electoral win that provided for another super majority. This will allow for two crucial developments in Japan to move forward. The first one will be […]

Austria Moving To The Right: A Microcosm Of The Political Shift In Europe

Austria Moving To The Right: A Microcosm Of The Political Shift In EuropeForeign Minister Kurz and Chancellor elect.

The election results in Austria, are a significant trend that is now being witnessed throughout Europe. Political elites in the European Union (EU), will soon attempt to dismiss the outcome there as an outlier. They refuse to acknowledge, that a seismic political shift to the right, has occurred among the increasingly conservative European electorate. The […]

Economic Sustainability For The Caribbean In The Post European Colonial Era

Economic Sustainability For The Caribbean In The Post European Colonial Era

The arrival of British troops in a number of overseas territories of the United Kingdom following two destructive hurricanes, were a welcome sight to the island’s residents. The northeastern portion of the Caribbean has sustained substantial damage, over a period of several days in September. The military contingent sent to Anguilla, Turks and Caicos as […]

Catalonia In Spain May Pave The Way For Other Independence Movements In Europe

Catalonia In Spain May Pave The Way For Other Independence Movements In Europe

The declaration of independence from Spain by Catalonia this month, sets a precedence that is likely to be repeated elsewhere in Europe. As the memories of war and economic deprivation from the middle of the last century fade, the resurgence of nationalism should of been expected. The violent crackdown by the Spanish government to head […]