Tagged: Democracy

Nepal on the pathway of achieving democracy

The Supreme Court of Nepal issued an interim order asking Prime Minister KP Sharma Oli to relieve 20 ministers, appointed after, dissolution of the House of Representatives, of their duties. This major ruling from...

Philippines’ ex-president ‘Noynoy’ Aquino dies

Former Philippine president Benigno “Noynoy” Aquino, the reserved 61-year-old bachelor from one of Asia’s most famous political families, died Thursday, the country’s foreign minister and several officials said. Aquino, who ruled the archipelago nation...

The choked status of democracy in Myanmar

Detention of democratically elected leaders; people protesting off the streets; water cannons being thrown at protesters; demonstrators being brutally beaten up by the police— this is what Myanmar looks like today. Since the military...

Military’s adroit governance in Pakistan

Introduction Institutions have been a primary dimension of domestic as well as international affairs. Institutions are a set of rules and norms that prescribe individuals interactions within the state as well as outside. Institutions...