Twenty-five years after Francis Fukuyama's landmark essay, liberal democracy is increasingly beset. Its defenders need to go back to the basics.
With the U.K. in the midst of a double-dip recession, you might expect Londoners to toss the incumbent conservative whose party runs the nation -- if only he weren't so entertaining.
His victories in the Pacific Islands and American West show the power of a strong religious minority in low turn-out contests.
The shared experience of Mormons and Jews as religious minorities in America has led to some surprising affinities
Widely considered one of America's most traditionalist religions, the church of Latter-day Saints also pushes believers into the world