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The New Zealand Prime Minister's victory as the leader of the country's Centre-Left party in the recent elections is good for liberal-centrist politics worldwide.
Three experts delve into issues of Supreme Court, race and election integrity that Donald Trump and Joe Biden raised during Tuesday's debate.
The Begums of Bhopal combined energy and dedication with progressiveness surpassed by very few.
Shivaji was a complex and rare figure in Indian history, one who subverted the diktats of his times, but stuck to some puritan traditions.
Of the three Africans currently in line to become the Director General of the World Trade Organisation, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala is the best fit.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi represents the great contradiction of Hindutva politics. He promises hope and 'good days', but peddles falsehoods and hubris.
A crisis demands effective and precise communication by leaders. How are world leaders faring on this as COVID-19 brings humanity to its knees?
During a crisis, the words of a leader matter. And the American President isn't doing great on that front, unlike his Italian counterparts.