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World Politics & Affairs

Cuba’s Government is Changing: What’s Next?

On April 19, 2018, Miguel Diaz-Canel was selected President of Cuba by the National Assembly of People’s Power, which held its most recent election of representatives on March 11. According to Granma, Cuba’s national news source, over 85% of eligible voters cast ballots in the election, with 94% of them being valid. Telesur, a media […]

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Canada Opinion

An Open Letter to Andrew Scheer.

When a potential Prime Minister has a problem with upholding the Charter of Rights and Freedoms, all citizens have reason to be concerned.

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Policy Analysis World Politics & Affairs

When International Election Observer Missions Fail

On 1st September 2017, the Supreme Court of Kenya set precedent by becoming the first African Court to nullify a Presidential Election on the grounds of illegality of the process, which was found to be marred by massive irregularities. The judgment contradicted the reports by several election observer missions, including the European Union (EU) Observer […]

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World Politics & Affairs

Is The ICC Selectively Targeting African Leaders?

Presently, a total of 124 countries are State Parties to the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) comprising 34 African states, 28 Latin American and Caribbean States 25 Western European and other states, 19 Asia-Pacific States and 18 Eastern Europe countries. Accordingly, the African continent has the highest number of state parties to […]

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World Politics & Affairs

African Elections Kick Off Across the Continent

“This is probably going to be considered as the tightest race in the Kenyan political history as the polls are unable to indicate who exactly will emerge as the winner.”

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World Politics & Affairs

Kenya’s Election: Lessons from the Gambia

“Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila Odinga, the two principal candidates who are vying for Presidency,”

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World Politics & Affairs

Labour put in the hard work: and it paid off

A quick look at the UK general election and how support for the Labour party has skyrocketed against all odds, allowing them to close the gap and giving Jeremy Corbyn a realistic shot at becoming Prime Minister When Theresa May called for a snap election on the 18th of April, the Conservatives were as much as […]