U.S. invites authoritarian far-right regimes to ‘Summit for Democracy’
The Joe Biden administration invited numerous authoritarian far-right leaders to the U.S. State Department’s so-called “Summit for Democracy”, including Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu, Poland’s Andrzej Duda, India’s Narendra Modi, Italy’s Giorgia Meloni, and Pakistan’s coup regime.
Ten contradictions that plague Biden’s ‘Democracy Summit’
Biden hopes to secure his place at the head of the “Free World” table by coming out as a champion for human rights and democratic practices worldwide.
The fierce determination of ordinary people to build an extraordinary world: The Forty-Ninth Newsletter (2021)
United States President Joe Biden has suborned 111 countries to attend his Summit for Democracy on December 9–10, ending on Human Rights Day.
Biden’s Summit for Democracy: International NGOs express concern that Summit will ignore India’s descent to fascism
Groups extend offer to Biden to provide input to help make the summit a success.