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The authoritarian regimes in Cuba, Nicaragua and Venezuela are cracking down on their citizens' freedoms of speech and of the press.
Almost 80 years after President Franklin Delano Roosevelt's famous Four Freedoms speech, the United States continues to champion human rights abroad.
Beijing's crackdown on democracy continues with the disqualification of several pro-democracy lawmakers from the Hong Kong legislature.
The Chinese Communist Party coerces confessions from critics and human rights activists and then publicizes the confessions for propaganda.
In the past six weeks, the illegitimate Maduro regime in Venezuela has detained more journalists and editors for publishing and investigating the truth.
China is the world leader in mercury and greenhouse gas emissions, posing significant risks to China's citizens and the environment.
The Chinese Communist Party continues its campaign of human rights abuse with the detention of journalists and civil rights advocates.
Technology has changed U.S. presidential debates since the days of Abraham Lincoln, but debates still give voters important information about candidates.