For more than half a century, Tunisia was an authoritarian state where all the power lay with the president
The late Hungarian president played a key role in consolidating his country’s newly-democratic regime
Institutional flaws have held the President back
We must assume things will get worse before they get better
John Bercow, House of Commons Speaker, has made a highly unusual intervention in a key foreign policy issue by appealing for Burma’s constitution to be amended to allow Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi to run in elections for the country’s presidency next year.
If the military blocks constitutional change, the world will want to know why
Morsi’s Muslim Brotherhood supporters, who accuse the army of staging a coup, have held frequent protests calling for his reinstatement
The Education Secretary's ability to brush aside the past work of so many is worrying as well as sad
Egypt's interim government has blamed the group for an attack on police headquarters
New Jersey governor has claimed no advance knowledge of the incident which saw the closure of two access lanes from Fort Lee
The country and its people have a long way to go in the democratic process
It appears to be the last Arab Spring country to have a shot at completing a transition to democracy following last ditch negotiations between secularists and Islamists
South Africa’s first post-apartheid leader went out of way to instill respect for democratic institutions
Address to the nation by President Jacob Zuma on the death of former President Nelson Mandela, 5 December 2013.
Under the proposals, Islamist radicals face being expelled from mosques, Muslim community groups and universities in a fight-back against fundamentalism
Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters try to seize key sites in the Thai capital