The 'little presidents' who deny press freedom by attacking journalists
Only 12% of the Sub Saharan African population lives in a country rated Free in
Only 39% of the world's population lives in a country rated Free in the 2017
83% of the population in the Middle East lives in a country rated Not Free
A Warning From Europe: The Worst Is Yet to Come
EUROPE: Migrant crisis threatens solidarity, democratic standards
The Saudi Monarchy May Have Killed a Free Man
#FreedomReport records 11th consecutive year of decline in global freedom. Freedomintheworld.org
Activists of the 'Society for Threatened Peoples' in Berlin demonstrate wearing computer monitors with a portrait of Chinese President Xi Jinping on July 9, ...
Many detainees are held as a result of their nonviolent online activities.
Kim Jong Un, the third family member to rule North Korea, with military personnel
Seeking more power, Thailand's new king is moving the country away from being a constitutional monarchy
Revenge of the nerd-kings: Why some in Silicon Valley are advocating for monarchy
Turkey and South Sudan experienced the steepest Freedom in the World score declines in 2016.
Great American Thinkers on Free Speech. Notable quotes on the freedom of ...
How to Build an Autocracy
backbone of Marx's words stipulates a minimum personal income of $35,000 dollars to be able to publish print media, an income level which could easily be ...
A populist-authoritarian nexus
'Essentially, the monarchy is corrupt' – will republicanism survive Harry and Meghan?
Populists and Autocrats: The Dual Threat to Democracy — new #FreedomReport via @FreedomHouseDC
Press freedom in Britain is under attack - again
Mary, Queen of Scots (reigned 1542–67) was “absolutely useless as
Spitting Image puppets of the Royal Family
Justin Bahunga, Commissioner for External Relations and spokesperson-FDU-Inkingi
Vitorioemanuel.jpg. Portrait in 1919
Dictatorship is the best path to development
Why the Arabs don't want us in Syria. They don't hate 'our freedoms.
Understanding Kim Jong Un, The World's Most Enigmatic and Unpredictabl | Vanity Fair
Giving the Devil His Due: Why Freedom of Inquiry in Science and Politics is Inviolable
Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha, the military dictator who seized power in a military coup in 2014. Athit Perawongmetha/Reuters
Donald Trump speaks during in Washington, DC, on December 3, 2015. SAUL LOEB/AFP/Getty Images
Censorship continues to play a role in Spanish society
Bahraini dissidents are regularly imprisoned for dissenting opinions, even if they're on social
DICTATORS' WIVES: Meet 15 women married to the world's biggest despots
An outrage for those who believe the monarchy should always be reverenced … King Charles III
Israel is squeezing press freedoms, like Arab dictators do
Lebanese people gather to stage a protest at Samir Kassir Square in Beirut after security forces took social media users into police custody in July 2018.
Mao Zedong (left), dictator of China from 1949 to 1976; Joseph Stalin (middle), dictator of the Soviet Union from 1929 to 1953 and Walter Ulbricht (right), ...
King Charles I, Henrietta Maria and their two eldest children, King Charles II and Mary, Princess of Orange by Sir Anthony Van Dyck
... 'Prathet Ku Mee' (Which is My Country) has become the country's most talked about song. Produced by 10 rappers of the 'Rap Against Dictatorship' group, ...
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Suppressing free press is 'how dictators get started': Senator McCain
Graffiti is vandalism and muslims calls to prayer are noise pollution.
Why Venezuelans are some of the unhappiest people in the world
Democracy Is No Better Than a Monarchy… or a Dictatorship
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Garry Kasparov and Vladimir Putin.
How bosses are (literally) like dictators
Strasbourg: Burning photos of Spanish king is “freedom of expression”
A Saudi Prince's Quest to Remake the Middle East
... Stone-Age monarchies to the "revolution" He argues like an Islamist,#not like a journalist Long-standing support of Gulf #monarchies shows rather that ...
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Global press freedom plunges to worst level this century
People think they have taken quite an extraordinarily bold step forward when they have rid themselves of belief in hereditary monarchy and swear by the ...
DICTATORS AND MONARCHIES HATE FREEDOM OF THE PRESS AND FREEDOM OF SPEECH...How
When Melania Trump And Sara Netanyahu Bond Over Hating The Media — Be Very Worried
Nicholas II: The Last of Russia's Tsars
The Ironic Lady: Margaret Thatcher, supposed champion of 'freedom and democracy', and her dictator friends
John Locke (1632-1704) presents an intriguing figure in the history of political philosophy whose brilliance of exposition and breadth of scholarly activity ...
Edward VIII, Duke of Windsor, sits with his wife, Wallis Simpson, at
It's best for Spain. But can Felipe revitalise the monarchy? EPA/Hugo Ortuno
Juan Carlos abdication sparks calls for referendum on Spain's monarchy
Why is Napoleon not treated with more respect in France?
EIU report: Freedom of speech under pressure, democracy continues to backslide
French Revolution. From Wikipedia ...
Screenshot of the youtube video titled 'The French Revolution: From Louis XVI to Napoleon'
The Woes of the Underdeveloped Nations
A State Department spokesman said US ambassador to Thailand Glyn Davies merely 'reiterated long-
Democracy and plutocracy are the same thing ... respect for the big number—expressed in the principles of equality for all, natural rights, and universal ...
Nordic #monarchs shall not abdicate. This tradition does not belong in our Scandinavian #monarchies and I do not want that #tradition her.pic.twitter.com/ ...
Mexican human rights activist Santiago Aguirre, left, and colleague Mario Patron. Centro Prodh
ELECTION DOCUMENTS for French presidential candidates Emanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen. (credit: ERIC GAILLARD/ NEWSCOM)
Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib were sworn into Congress on January 3, 2019 [File
Asian regimes act on Trump message that media is 'enemy of the people' – WikiTribune
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