International Day of Democracy – 15 September

hello everyone on this international day of democracy I would like to highlight the importance of inclusion equal treatment and participation thus democracy is built on democracy is a fundamental building block for peace sustainable development and human rights the world leaders including Kazakhstan has committed to promote democracy through Continue Reading

European Socialism – COLD WAR DOCUMENTARY

History lessons sometimes depict the Cold War as an all or nothing struggle. You will see clearly delineated maps of who is communist, who is capitalist, and what the sides are. Now, I know many of you are fans of our sister channel Kings and Generals, so this might hurt Continue Reading

Former UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon “angry” and “concerned” as nationalism …

we are living in a time of division which is being undermined in the name of nationalism and aggressive trade barriers former Secretary General of the United Nations Ban ki-moon recently spoke with a dude on TV stressing the need for global unity as the world faces a slew of Continue Reading

Human Rights Video: Right to Democracy

… pay attention to the reports right here. May I remind you gentleman that this was the last … … we requested that information from your office … … that wasn’t enough … … we need to organize … Don’t look at the documents… It costs money! This is way Continue Reading

Africa’s Cowboy Capitalists (Full Length)

[MUSIC PLAYING] IAN COX: As Americans, we put a lot of stake in how we’re all about the frontier, and have the frontier spirit. All that kind of stuff is in the history books now. But I think there is a group of individuals in America, and they still have Continue Reading

Trump Slams China and Socialism at UN

On this episode of China Uncensored, if you criticize socialism, does that mean you’re not being very sociable? Hi, welcome to China Uncensored, I’m your host Chris Chappell. US President Donald Trump spoke at the UN General Assembly this week. And it seemed to go well. In less than two Continue Reading

Democracy: Make Your Voice Heard

Democracy is a free and independent media. Democracy is about freedom. Democracy is when you can freely express your opinion without the fear for yourself. Democracy is when our leaders rule our countries for us, and not for themselves. Democracy is children growing up in peace. Democracy is having my Continue Reading

Is the EU Democratic? Does Your Vote Matter?

Being a citizen of the European Union means that many aspects of our lives are regulated by a weird entity. It feels like a huge bureaucracy is making decisions over our heads. Many Europeans think that their vote in the EU elections doesn’t count, and that the EU is not Continue Reading

First Arab-Israeli War 1948 – Political Background – COLD WAR

The tragedy and loss experienced by the Jewish people during the Second World War only increased the desire and willingness of the Jews to establish their own state in Palestine. In the immediate post-war period, Palestine was still under the administration of the British Empire, by means of the Mandate Continue Reading

The Korean War (1950–53)

The Korean War June 25th, 1950 – July 27th, 1953 At the end of WWII in ’45, Korea was freed from Japanese control. North Korea was occupied by the Soviets while the South was occupied by American forces. By 1948 the country was divided in half at the 38th Parallel. Continue Reading