constitution

A new era for Europe?

The 2024 European Parliament highlights emerging right-wing influence and pressing issues from climate action to youth voter disengagement.

Malaysia’s move to amend citizenship laws marks progress for gender equality, but the non-retrospective nature raises concerns.

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Parliament has the power to enshrine human rights protections in federal law. Proposals are on the table.

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The violent unrest in New Caledonia is alarming. Sadly, the island territory is no stranger to violence.

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With a vast number of citizens around the world voting for leaders and legislatures this year, much will depend on their trust in the electoral process.

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India’s new code throws into doubt whether its citizens are truly protected from the arbitrary exercise of power by public officials.

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The reshaping of constitutionally guaranteed freedoms by bringing young adults’ sexual choices under the radar of the state has sinister implications.

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Don’t look now, but if you’re worried about the state of democracies now, just wait until next year.

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The Indian Constitution has supported the movement towards a Hindu state by accommodating communal nationalism.

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Religion could play a significant role in an increasingly polarised conversation about faith in US public life, but will it shape the 2024 election?

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The Pacific’s last remaining monarchy has taken a unique approach to balancing executive powers between the king and the parliament.

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Support for the monarchy across Australia, Canada and New Zealand varies widely, and reveals a lot about how citizens view themselves.

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