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Teddies for Democracy

In 20 years or so Kolja Lukashenko might succeed his father in leading one of the greatest countries in the world. At least, that is his father’s plan. Little Kolja seems to like the idea, too. He has an abnormally big ego for a seven year old. Unfortunately, Belarus is not that great of a country to live in. 41.5 ... Read More »

‘Democratically’ elected Somali President

On 10 September Somalia elected its new president, Hassan Sheikh Mohamud. It was said to be the first democratic elections since civil war broke out in 1991. The UN representative to Somalia spoke of “the end of a transitional period, and the beginning of a new era”. Some journalists and professors however are not convinced. Hassan Seikh Mohamud was born ... Read More »

Maffia Government

Two weeks ago, a video of former Ukrainian prime-minister Yulia Tymoshenko was aired by her lawyer  and went viral. In the video Tymoshenko called upon the Ukrainian people not to vote on the ‘Maffia Government’ led by ‘criminal’ current president Yanukovych.  Tymoshenko was jailed after being found guilty for criminally abusing her office while in power over natural gas import ... Read More »

Conservative Stronghold on a Red Continent

Colombia can without a doubt be labeled as the black sheep of the South-American family. The internal struggle against the communistic rebel group FARC and negative tensions with left-wing neighboring countries,  shows a rather conservative tendency. Ever since political parties have emerged, the conservative and liberal parties have monopolized the Colombian political field. This can be traced back to the ... Read More »