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Opinion | An Imperfect Victory for Democracy in Congo This is not the outcome that the incumbent president initially wanted. A Tshisekedi victory is at risk of being regarded as illegitimate by many Congolese unless there is a transparent accounting of the results Related Opinion | The Editorial Board Congo’s Almost Free Election Jan. 11, 2019 Jason Stearns (@jasonkstearns) is director of the New York University-based Congo Research Group and the author of Dancing in the Glory of Monsters: The Collapse of Congo and the Great War of Africa
Tshisekedi surpasses late father to win Congolese presidency Etienne Tshisekedi was a central opposition figure in Congolese politics until his death in 2017 His career owes much to Etienne, who formed the UDPS in 1982 to oppose the rule of the dictator Mobutu Sese Seko and was the central figure in the Congolese opposition for 35 years until his death in 2017
The new citizenship bill and the Hinduisation of India A new bill which seeks to grant citizenship only to non-Muslim immigrants is an attack on India's secular character. Alienating Assam's indigenous population Today, Assam is at the centre of protests about the proposed amendment to India's citizenship bill and this public anger has historical roots ABOUT THE AUTHOR Apoorvanand Apoorvanand teaches Hindi at the University of Delhi
Opinion | Congo’s Almost Free Election The Congolese can rightly celebrate Joseph Kabila’s departure. But the disputed election to replace him has left the country on edge. Mr. Fayulu, the candidate of a broad coalition of opposition parties and figures, would not be likely to give the outgoing cabal a pass Related Opinion | Jason Stearns An Imperfect Victory for Democracy in Congo Jan. 11, 2019 Follow The New York Times Opinion section on Facebook , Twitter (@NYTopinion) and Instagram
Tulsi Gabbard's 2020 Plan Threatens The New Left Foreign Policy Of Sanders And Warren The Hawaii congresswoman claims to represent the rising left but has ties to authoritarianism and Islamophobia abroad. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) told CNN on Friday that she definitely will seek the 2020 Democratic nomination for president, ending months of speculation They have challenged the notion that it’s essential to appear tough in the face of traditional adversaries like Russia for the sake of American global standing
Democrats’ Tulsi Gabbard announces 2020 US presidential bid The first Hindu and first Samoan-American elected to congress, says she is running Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii has announced she will run for president in 2020 – the latest in what is likely to be a huge Democratic field looking to defeat Donald Trump The President of Ukraine, Petro Poroshenko, at a meeting of the National Security and Defense Council, on 25 November, announced the decision to introduce martial law in Ukraine for a period of 60 days
Opinion | The Man Who Humbled Qassim Suleimani An interview with Lt. Gen. Gadi Eisenkot, Israel’s chief of staff. Israeli responded with a furious assault that hit 80 separate Iranian military and Assad regime targets in Syria Why did Suleimani the subtle, determined architect of Iran’s largely successful efforts to entrench itself in Iraq, Yemen, Gaza and Lebanon miscalculate Follow The New York Times Opinion section on Facebook , Twitter (@NYTopinion) and Instagram
Opinion | John Bolton’s Wars It falls to the national security adviser to defend the incomprehensible. Cue Mr. Erdogan, who dismissed Mr. Bolton’s remarks as a grave mistake and said, It is not possible for us to swallow the message Bolton gave from Israel Follow The New York Times Opinion section on Facebook , Twitter (@NYTopinion) and Instagram
US starts pulling equipment, not troops, in chaotic Syria withdrawal Amid the confusion over US policy in Syria, the number of US troops might actually increase slightly to help protect the final process of pulling out. I cannot share your confidence that they are leaving there because we never saw an official strategy Turkey also has interests in the area and sees the primary Kurdish militia there as a national security threat New York Times War Syria USA Donald Trump Most Viewed in World Loading
This is the week Washington gave up completely As you read this, senators and House members are either at home or on their way there. The government shutdown is about to enter its 22nd day at midnight, breaking the record for the longest the federal bureaucracy has ever been shuttered. (CNN)As you read this, senators and House members are either at home or on their way there If you're wondering something along the lines of What the hell is happening here, well, get in line Read More Except, twist! Friday afternoon, Trump told reporters this: What we're not looking to do right now is national emergency
Sudan worshippers turn on imam amid unrest "Lead us from this mosque!" one man tells the imam as protests against President Bashir grow. Posted by ‎شبكة رصد السودان.Rasd Sudan Network‎ on Friday, 11 January 2019 Report End of Facebook post by شبكة رصد السودان.Rasd Sudan Network The authenticity of the videos could not be immediately verified In 2009 and 2010, the International Criminal Court (ICC) charged him with several counts of genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity, and a warrant was issued for his arrest
Tulsi 2020: Hawaii congresswoman says she’s running for president Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) is running for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination. The Samoan and Hindu congresswoman is an Iraq War veteran and an outspoken critic of US ‘regime change’ policy in Syria. Gabbard first sparked rumors of a 2020 run in December, when she toured Iowa and New Hampshire, the first two states to host nationwide party primary elections Max Blumenthal (@MaxBlumenthal) January 12, 2019 Trends: US news
Opinion | The country needs a Republican to challenge Trump in 2020 There is much more energy on the Democratic side of the field. Hayes is the former editor in chief of the Weekly Standard Beto O’Rourke is planning a meet-the-voters road trip In some respects, the quiet among Republicans isn’t surprising His recent unprompted defense of the 1979 Soviet invasion of Afghanistan was enough to make even paid Putin apologists blush
As U.S. Exits Syria, Mideast Faces a Post-American Era The pending withdrawal from Syria is the latest example of a broader American disengagement from the Middle East. Russia and Iran are filling the void. It can be significant for an American president to publicly criticize America’s autocratic allies and lend rhetorical support to those in the region struggling against oppression and for human rights, said Amy Hawthorne, the deputy director of the Project on Middle East Democracy
Tulsi Gabbard's White House Run Raises The Question: What Is A “Natural-Born Citizen?” “Her being born in American Samoa will certainly come up,” a political science professor said. “Will it become a political issue if she becomes a major candidate? Absolutely.” Matafao Peak above Pago Pago Harbor on Tutuila in American Samoa But Moore, the political science professor, cautioned a White House run will prompt questions about Gabbard’s eligibility Will it become a political issue if she becomes a major candidate
Democratic Hawaii Rep. Gabbard running for president in 2020 WASHINGTON (AP) — Democratic Rep. Tulsi Gabbard of Hawaii has announced that she is running for president in 2020. Gabbard said in a CNN interview slated to air Saturday night that she will be formally announcing her candidacy within the next week. The 37-year-old Iraq War veteran is the first Hindu elected to Congress. She has visited New Hampshire and Iowa in recent months and has written a memoir that's due to be published in May. The 37-year-old Iraq War veteran is the first Hindu elected to Congress She says it’s important to meet with adversaries if you are serious about pursuing peace Gabbard was one of the most prominent lawmakers to back Bernie Sanders over Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Democratic primary