Turkey is already lashing out at the EU for criticisms of its nascent Syria offensive and has threatened to turn its 3.6 million Syrian refugees loose on Europe.
When the 12 Democrats took the stage in Ohio, it was Senator Elizabeth Warren who weathered most of the attacks from her competitors.
Pete Buttigieg recently criticized the foreign policy of previous Democratic and Republican administrations as being incoherent and obsolete.
A look at some of the most common and understandable arguments against voting proficiency tests, as well as how such concerns might be addressed.
On Tuesday, Oct. 15, the nation will witness the largest presidential debate ever when 12 Democratic candidates take the stage Otterbein University in Ohio.
Five days of violent protests in Ecuador forced President Lenin Moreno's government to quit the capital city of Quito for the coastal city of Guayaquil.
A look at how we might tweak a pure democracy model to simultaneously minimize corruption and ensure that only informed voters weigh in on the issues.
On Wednesday, Oct. 2, the International Spy Museum held its fourth annual “Mother, Daughter, Sister, Spy” panel in Washington, D.C.
Updating American Democracy for the 21st Century: Try to imagine our country as a direct democracy without representatives to speak for us.