From Donald Trump, Hungary's xenophobic prime minister Viktor Orbán, post-coup Turkey, and Africa's "third-term problem" of leaders clinging to power, the past few months haven't exactly looked good for democracy.
Gods don't foresee their own demise, so the death of Islam Karimov has left a power vacuum with a range of colourful candidates.
Director Brady Corbet explains why he wanted to make a movie about what it would take to transform a young child into an evil dictator.
And you'll be able to buy an English translation just in time for Christmas.
'Mrs. Kim' invites you to chase a despot son through an array of obstacles, to give him an almighty thrashing.
A German historian discovered that AP hired reporters and photographers who worked for the Nazi's propaganda division in the 1930s.
A journalist accused the UK Labour Party leader of riding the bicycle of a communist dictator—so we tried to work out if a "Mao-bike" is really something that exists in the world.
While speculation grows about who hacked Sony Pictures and published tens of gigabytes of their confidential information, a hacker from the team responsible has claimed they're North Korean and told us to go fuck ourselves.
I spoke to Allan Nairn about confronting mass murderers and ruining their political careers. His specialty being US-backed atrocities, Nairn has reported from the killing fields of Haiti, El Salvador, Guatemala, and Indonesia.
Three years on, Tunisians are still not happy.
The list of rigging tactics seems to be endless, and Tsvangirai has compiled a pretty strong case, which he is preparing to take to court to fight for a re-election. His doubts about Mugabe's "win" are shared by many members of the international and...