With growing global uncertainty, and the United States’ position becoming increasingly unstable, altercations between The People’s Republic of China and Taiwan are becoming increasingly likely. So what exactly would these two states be like if one was to gain independence from the other in the foreseeable future? The Ballot Box has its say.
The Supreme Court of India recently passed a historic judgement, ordering that no politician can seek votes in the name of religion, but just how realistic is this proposition, especially in a country whose political history is inseparably bound to communal considerations?
A steady inflow of Petrodollars, along with a newfound passion for regional influence has transformed a nation into one capable of competing with the very best of world politics in the forseeable future – but not without its fair share of historical problems.
The defeat of the Democratic Party in the recently concluded United States Election is reminiscent of a similar shift in power away from the old guard, in another extremely prominent democracy.
While the whole world reacts in horror, there are some people who are more than happy about Donald Trump’s victory.
Donald Trump’s victory at the 2016 election might just be a case of history repeating itself.