Patriotic films. History lessons. Mass weddings. The Chinese Communist Party is going into overdrive to celebrate its 100th birthday.
President Biden’s new panel, which is set to meet on Friday, has ambitions to tackle many other proposals to overhaul the court.
Nguyen Phu Trong, 76, was named to a third term in office as party leaders were unable to reach consensus on a successor. The reappointment may have put off a transition to more pragmatic leadership.
The Trump administration wants to mandate job reviews for top government scientists and managers every five years, which could lead to reassignment.
Unlike any Chinese leader since 1949, he has no identifiable rivals and no likely successors.
We asked readers if and how you would alter the way justices are chosen and how the court works, and received more than 1,500 responses. Some of your suggestions would require constitutional amendments.
Presidential elections are scheduled soon in at least 10 African countries. Many incumbents are changing constitutions and bending rules to ensure they stay in power.
Jamelle Bouie joins the podcast for a debate on reforming the highest court in the land.
I’m a libertarian-conservative. We need to depoliticize the court and appoint members to a single 18-year-term.
President Gotabaya Rajapaksa’s party clinched the majority of seats in Parliament, aiming to amend the Constitution and expand presidential powers. Rights groups are concerned.
Tens of thousands took to the streets in Russia’s usually somnolent hinterland after the arrest of a popular regional governor.
Russia’s constitutional “referendum” delivered its expected outcome — President Putin can serve until 2036 — but an elaborate spectacle of public affirmation was vital to his legitimacy.