NEW YORK – The United Nations held a debate Thursday night as part of its ongoing race to decide its next Secretary General, where the public had the opportunity to learn more about where the candidates stand.
If you are a national representative to the United Nations General Assembly, or even a spectator of the meetings, I am sure you know how the meetings seem a bit robotic.
PARIS – The Republic of France has found itself in the midst of a political crisis, with the departure of its elected President and now conflicting reports of a coup.
WELLINGTON – In an ongoing battle over the foreign policy of New Zealand, and now the future of its democratic institutions, events have rapidly evolved throughout Wednesday night and Thursday morning, ending with the ouster of the nation’s government.
BOGOTA – In dismal turnout, Colombians have apparently supported establishing a monarchy this weekend with virtually no opposition. Continue reading Colombia Becomes Monarchy, Expands 6x Original Area
OTTAWA – Canada has concluded its somewhat controversial and dramatic early election season as of Sunday night, the second election of the month, but with much ambiguity remaining over who’s won. Continue reading Canadian Election Leaves Questions Over Leadership
OTTAWA – Leaders of Canada’s major political parties finally gathered Saturday afternoon for a debate hosted by independent Canadian news outlet Maclean’s only a day before the nation heads out to vote. Continue reading Canadian Prime Minister Debate Ends Abruptly
WARSAW – Only two weeks after Prime Minister MoskvaFPS formally declared his intent to hold early elections, in which he also announced he would not be running for reelection, Poland has concluded its Parliamentary election cycle. Continue reading Poland Elects New Prime Minister