Diplomats worked to end the bloody conflict gripping the West African nation of Ivory Coast after months of political unrest. Ray Suarez discusses the situation with the National Endowment for Democracy's Dominique Dieudonne, who was in Ivory Coast for the…
Syria faced escalating unrest as soldiers opened fire on demonstrators in several cities.
Amid the calls for leadership change in Egypt are questions of what a new government would look like and who would lead it. Margaret Warner explores the possibilities with Daniel Kurtzer, former ambassador to Egypt, Marina Ottaway of the Carnegie…
Supreme Court Associate Justice Stephen Breyer talks to Jeffrey Brown about his new book, "Making Our Democracy Work: A Judge's View," the role and responsibilities of the high court, and the shift in dynamics that a new justice can bring.
Does the pervading presence of the Web make people better citizens or does it propagate misinformation and threaten democracy? Paul Solman has a look at the unfolding debate as staged by the University of Virginia's Miller Center for Public Affairs.
On the heels of a U.S.-China dispute on Internet freedom, Jeffrey Brown speaks with democracy and media experts about the debate over how countries monitor -- and sometimes restrict -- access to the Internet.
A Chinese court has sentenced a prominent political dissident to 11 years in prison. Margaret Warner speaks with an advocate for human rights in China and a former National Security Council Asia expert for more on the meaning of the…
A Chinese court has sentenced a prominent political dissident to 11 years in prison. Margaret Warner recaps the developments.
The old adage that a picture is worth a thousand words may indeed be true, but photographer Joe Sohm has found that it has taken him thousands of pictures to capture just one word: democracy.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai won another term in office after his opponent, Abdullah Abdullah, unexpectedly dropped out of the runoff election. Margaret Warner reports from Afghanistan.
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