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94,767 most visited website in US United States
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Registering country code top level domains (ccTLD) can prevent potential competitors from taking advantage of your primary domain reputation. It is also one of the ways to improve country specific SEO and performance. (www.searchenginejournal.com/seo-without-boarders-a-guide-to-international-seo-nick-paterman/60092/)

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Number of images: 5
Missing alt tag: 3

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"World Politics Review | Analysis of international affairs and global trends"

Length: 75 characters
The <TITLE> element provides a short piece of text describing the document. The title is very important as it shows in the window title bars, bookmarks and search results. Title should be between 60 to 80 characters long. (www.w3.org/QA/Tips/good-titles)

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"World Politics Review provides uncompromising analysis of critical global trends and international affairs to give policymakers, businesspeople and academics the context they need to have the confidence they want."

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The keywords attribute was utilized by search engines to provide more accurate search results. Due to the over usage and spamming the keywords attribute has been phased out and is no longer relevant. Google doesn't use the "keywords" meta tag in web search ranking.

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The Text to HTML ratio is 31.09%
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Keywords density and consistency are notable factors for optimal page SEO. Preferred keywords should have higher keywords density indicating their importance. Optimally, preferred keywords should also be consistently utilized in multiple essential areas of the page such as title, description meta tag, h1 through h6 headings, alt image attributes, backlinks and internal links anchor text. Keyword density of above 6% can indicate that the word or a phrase appears too many time in the content.

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  • 38 <H2>
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    • United States
    • The Americas
    • The Americas
    • Europe
    • Europe
    • Africa
    • Africa
    • Middle East & N. Africa
    • Middle East & N. Africa
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    • The Americas
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    • Europe
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    • The Americas
    • Europe
    • Africa
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    • The Race to Win Saudi Arabia’s Nuclear Reactor Bid Raises Fears of Proliferation
    • A Perfect Storm of Support Buoys Lopez Obrador in Mexico’s Presidential Race
    • Local Elections in Guinea Reveal Sources of Tension That Resonate Nationwide
    • Women’s Rights and Gender Equality Around the World
    • Putin and Trump Ratchet Up the Risks of a New Nuclear Arms Race
    • A Perfect Storm of Support Buoys Lopez Obrador in Mexico’s Presidential Race
    • Local Elections in Guinea Reveal Sources of Tension That Resonate Nationwide
    • Women’s Rights and Gender Equality Around the World
    • Putin and Trump Ratchet Up the Risks of a New Nuclear Arms Race
    • With Talks Stalled, Duterte Is Mobilizing to Crush the Philippines’ Communist Rebels
    • Their Leader Is Missing, but Nigeria’s Biafran Separatists Aren’t Backing Down
    • Reforming U.S. Security Aid Is Unlikely to Transform the Most Difficult Partnerships
    • Putin and Trump Ratchet Up the Risks of a New Nuclear Arms Race
    • The Race to Win Saudi Arabia’s Nuclear Reactor Bid Raises Fears of Proliferation
    • With Talks Stalled, Duterte Is Mobilizing to Crush the Philippines’ Communist Rebels
    • A Perfect Storm of Support Buoys Lopez Obrador in Mexico’s Presidential Race
    • Local Elections in Guinea Reveal Sources of Tension That Resonate Nationwide
  • 386 <H4>
    • A Scandal in Brussels Captures Everything Europhobes Can’t Stand About the EU
    • Years of Underfunding and Overuse Have Stretched Germany’s Military Thin
    • Elections, a First for the FARC, Will Test Colombia’s Democracy and Its Peace Deal
    • Reforming U.S. Security Aid Is Unlikely to Transform the Most Difficult Partnerships
    • How Religion Has Been ‘Aggressively Politicized’ in Muslim-Majority Indonesia
    • A Scandal in Brussels Captures Everything Europhobes Can’t Stand About the EU
    • Years of Underfunding and Overuse Have Stretched Germany’s Military Thin
    • Elections, a First for the FARC, Will Test Colombia’s Democracy and Its Peace Deal
    • Reforming U.S. Security Aid Is Unlikely to Transform the Most Difficult Partnerships
    • How Religion Has Been ‘Aggressively Politicized’ in Muslim-Majority Indonesia
    • As Negotiated Peace Gets Rarer, U.N. Peacekeeping Must Find a New Role
    • Promises and Party Divisions Abound in Sierra Leone’s Wide-Open Presidential Race
    • Are More African Leaders Ready to Abandon Congo’s Kabila?
    • How the Murky World of Taiwan’s Telecom Scammers Is Stoking Tensions With China
    • After Honduras’ Election Crisis, Protesters Are Still in the State’s Crosshairs
    • How to Know When China Is Pulling Even With the United States
    • What Does the Rise of Cyril Ramaphosa Mean for South Africa’s Opposition?
    • All the Ingredients Are in Place for Another War Between Israel and Hezbollah
    • As Elections Loom, Malaysia’s Frustrated Electorate Is the Wild Card
    • As Iran and India Forge Deeper Ties, Will the U.S. Stand in the Way?
    • U.S., South Korea to Discuss Pyongyang’s Denuclearization Offer
    • Trump to Offer Temporary Tariff Exemption for Canada and Mexico
    • U.S., Russia Trade Blame as Diplomats Fail to Meet in Africa
    • The Rules-Based System Is in Grave Danger
    • How Will New Cybersecurity Norms Develop?
    • Trump Says North Korea Is ‘Sincere’ on Reported Offer to Hold Nuclear Talks
    • U.S. Secretary of State to Focus on Security on First African Visit
    • Kushner to Meet With Mexican President During Trip
    • Gary Cohn, Trump’s Top Economic Adviser, to Resign Amid Differences on Trade Policy
    • What Will Trump’s Tariffs Mean for America’s Economy?
    • Climate Change Skeptics Run the Trump Administration
    • FARC Withdraws Timochenko From Colombia’s Presidential Race
    • Mexico Says Progress Needed Before President Meets Trump
    • Nerves Fray as Colombia Kicks Off Election Season
    • Pacific Trade Pact Sets Sail Without the U.S. on Board
    • Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum Imports Are a Further Blow to Western Hemisphere Relations
    • Germany’s Justice Minister Maas to Be New Foreign Minister
    • U.K. Says It Will Respond Robustly to Nerve Agent Attack on Russian Ex-Spy
    • Italy’s Inconclusive Election Puts President Center Stage
    • Czech President Zeman to Be Sworn in for Final Term, May Exert Freer Hand
    • EU Weighs New Ways to Tackle Migration as Spring Approaches
    • Why We Need to Pay Attention to Russia’s Elections
    • Macron’s Education Revolution
    • African Union Chief Says Tillerson Visit Makes Up for Trump’s Derogatory Comments
    • Sierra Leone Police Quash Clashes After Voting Ends
    • Clashes, Machete Attack Kill More Than 20 in Central Nigeria
    • African Women on Top
    • More Dissent in Eritrea, a Country Where Dissent Is Not Tolerated
    • Ghouta Aid Convoy Postponed Amid Chemical Attack Fears
    • Saudi Crown Prince Sees a New Axis of ‘Evil’ in the Middle East
    • The Real Role Saudi Arabia’s Dissidents Can Play
    • Why Iranian Women Are Taking Off Their Veils
    • Hamas Entangled in Regional Polarization
    • China Promises ‘Necessary Response’ to U.S. Tariffs as Trade War Fears Grow
    • Buddhist Mobs Sweep Through Sri Lanka’s Muslim Neighborhoods
    • Afghanistan Drone Strike Kills 20 Pakistani Taliban, Officials Say
    • Xi Jinping and China’s ‘Good Emperor, Bad Emperor’ Problem
    • How Australia Can Foster a ‘Free and Open Indo-Pacific’
    • Prospect of U.S.-North Korea Summit Prompts Jitters in Tokyo About Being Left Vulnerable
    • U.S., South Korea to Discuss Pyongyang’s Denuclearization Offer
    • Trump to Offer Temporary Tariff Exemption for Canada and Mexico
    • U.S., Russia Trade Blame as Diplomats Fail to Meet in Africa
    • Mexico Says Progress Needed Before President Meets Trump
    • African Union Chief Says Tillerson Visit Makes Up for Trump’s Derogatory Comments
    • China Promises ‘Necessary Response’ to U.S. Tariffs as Trade War Fears Grow
    • Afghanistan Drone Strike Kills 20 Pakistani Taliban, Officials Say
    • New U.S. Embassy May Be in Jerusalem, but Not in Israel
    • The Rules-Based System Is in Grave Danger
    • How Will New Cybersecurity Norms Develop?
    • Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum Imports Are a Further Blow to Western Hemisphere Relations
    • Trump Says North Korea Is ‘Sincere’ on Reported Offer to Hold Nuclear Talks
    • U.S. Secretary of State to Focus on Security on First African Visit
    • Kushner to Meet With Mexican President During Trip
    • Gary Cohn, Trump’s Top Economic Adviser, to Resign Amid Differences on Trade Policy
    • EU Pledges to Fight Back on Trump Tariffs as Trade War Looms
    • Kurds Pull Back From ISIS Fight in Syria, Saying They Feel Let Down by U.S.
    • Putin Praises Trump, Says U.S. Political System Eating Itself
    • In Washington, Netanyahu Jokes About Corruption Probes and Warns of Snap Elections
    • What Will Trump’s Tariffs Mean for America’s Economy?
    • Climate Change Skeptics Run the Trump Administration
    • Trump Says He May Travel to Israel for Embassy Move, Netanyahu Calls Out Iran
    • Security Clearance Downgrade Did Not Affect Kushner’s Mideast Role: White House
    • Seeking to Mend Fences, Tillerson Pledges New Aid to Africa
    • FARC Withdraws Timochenko From Colombia’s Presidential Race
    • Trump to Offer Temporary Tariff Exemption for Canada and Mexico
    • Mexico Says Progress Needed Before President Meets Trump
    • Nerves Fray as Colombia Kicks Off Election Season
    • Pacific Trade Pact Sets Sail Without the U.S. on Board
    • As Sanctions Loom, Venezuelan Official Seeks U.S. Talks Over Prisoners
    • Guatemala President to Pull Army Out of Law Enforcement
    • New Zealand Explores Possible Trade Agreement With Mercosur
    • Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum Imports Are a Further Blow to Western Hemisphere Relations
    • Kushner to Meet With Mexican President During Trip
    • U.N. Seeks Inquiry Into Killings in Venezuela, Says Poll Not Credible
    • Mexico Left-Wing Candidate’s Lead Widens as Rivals Bicker
    • EU Concerned About Assassinations of Colombia Social Leaders
    • Colombian Military Strike Leaves 10 Rebels Dead
    • Snap Election in Antigua Puts Barbuda’s Communal Land Ownership on the Ballot
    • Why I Am Running for President of Venezuela
    • The End of Mexican Democracy?
    • Mexico, Canada, U.S. Plan New Round of NAFTA Talks for April
    • Argentine Teachers on 48-Hour Strike at Start of School Year
    • Top Brazil Appeals Court Denies Lula Bid to Stay Out of Prison
    • Germany’s Justice Minister Maas to Be New Foreign Minister
    • U.K. Says It Will Respond Robustly to Nerve Agent Attack on Russian Ex-Spy
    • Italy’s Inconclusive Election Puts President Center Stage
    • Czech President Zeman to Be Sworn in for Final Term, May Exert Freer Hand
    • EU Weighs New Ways to Tackle Migration as Spring Approaches
    • EU Criticizes ‘Aggressive’ Tax Practices of Seven Member States
    • Women Strike, Protest as the World Marks International Women’s Day
    • Egypt, France sign €60 Million Agreements in Different Fields
    • With Anti-Immigrant Feeling on the Rise, Italy’s African Community Shocked by Another Killing
    • Why We Need to Pay Attention to Russia’s Elections
    • Macron’s Education Revolution
    • EU Pledges to Fight Back on Trump Tariffs as Trade War Looms
    • Poland’s PiS Takes Control of Judicial Watchdog
    • U.K. to Focus on Areas of Agreement as Saudi Crown Prince Arrives
    • Germany to Expand Global Military Missions
    • EU Concerned About Assassinations of Colombia Social Leaders
    • Putin Praises Trump, Says U.S. Political System Eating Itself
    • Balkan Neighbors Push to Resolve Disputes, but Deals Elusive
    • Hungary PM Announces New Batch of Pre-Election Handouts
    • Germany’s AfD Sparks Outrage Over Links to Syrian Regime
    • With Gas and Diplomacy, Russia Embraces Cold War Foe Pakistan
    • Italy’s Howl of Nihilism
    • Danger Ahead for the Eurozone
    • Brussels Backlash to Martin Selmayr’s Appointment
    • Former Russian Spy Mysteriously Falls Ill in Britain. Again.
    • Czechs Protest Communist-Era Cop Getting Police Oversight Job in Parliament
    • U.S., Russia Trade Blame as Diplomats Fail to Meet in Africa
    • African Union Chief Says Tillerson Visit Makes Up for Trump’s Derogatory Comments
    • Sierra Leone Police Quash Clashes After Voting Ends
    • Clashes, Machete Attack Kill More Than 20 in Central Nigeria
    • Cameroonian Soldier Killed in South West Region, Separatists Arrested
    • Over 2,500 Burundi Refugees in Congo Seek Shelter in Rwanda
    • South African Commission Opens Investigation Into Influence Peddling
    • Zimbabwe Youths Complete Mugabe’s Fall, Denouncing Him at ZANU-PF Meeting
    • With Anti-Immigrant Feeling on the Rise, Italy’s African Community Shocked by Another Killing
    • African Women on Top
    • More Dissent in Eritrea, a Country Where Dissent Is Not Tolerated
    • U.S. Secretary of State to Focus on Security on First African Visit
    • Sierra Leone Hopes Election Can Move Nation Past Its Misfortunes
    • ‘Significant’ Consequences if China Takes Key Port in Djibouti, Says U.S. General
    • Ethiopia’s Ruling EPRDF Sets March 11 Date to Elect New Prime Minister
    • U.N. Criticizes Angola for Forcing Refugees to Return to Violent Congo
    • Zimbabwe’s New President Has Changed His Tone, but Has He Changed His Mind?
    • African Governments Take a Tough Stand Against Foreign Investors
    • Seeking to Mend Fences, Tillerson Pledges New Aid to Africa
    • Ghouta Aid Convoy Postponed Amid Chemical Attack Fears
    • Saudi Crown Prince Sees a New Axis of ‘Evil’ in the Middle East
    • NATO, Qatar Sign Military Agreement in Brussels
    • Egypt, France sign €60 Million Agreements in Different Fields
    • New U.S. Embassy May Be in Jerusalem, but Not in Israel
    • The Real Role Saudi Arabia’s Dissidents Can Play
    • Why Iranian Women Are Taking Off Their Veils
    • Hamas Entangled in Regional Polarization
    • U.K. to Focus on Areas of Agreement as Saudi Crown Prince Arrives
    • Lifesaving Aid Delivery Halted in Besieged Damascus Enclave as Bloodshed Surges
    • Kurds Pull Back From ISIS Fight in Syria, Saying They Feel Let Down by U.S.
    • Germany’s AfD Sparks Outrage Over Links to Syrian Regime
    • In Washington, Netanyahu Jokes About Corruption Probes and Warns of Snap Elections
    • Israel Passes Law to Strip Residency of Jerusalem’s Palestinians
    • Egyptian Jamming of Sinai Insurgents Disrupts Phones in Israel, Gaza
    • Saudi Prince Says Qatar Won’t Be Barred From Arab Summit
    • Saudi Arabia Cannot Achieve Its Ambitious Reforms Alone
    • Israelis, Palestinians Consider Alternatives to Two-State Solution
    • Russian Military Transport Plane Crashes in Syria, Killing 39
    • Trump Says He May Travel to Israel for Embassy Move, Netanyahu Calls Out Iran
    • Security Clearance Downgrade Did Not Affect Kushner’s Mideast Role: White House
    • U.S., South Korea to Discuss Pyongyang’s Denuclearization Offer
    • Pacific Trade Pact Sets Sail Without the U.S. on Board
    • China Promises ‘Necessary Response’ to U.S. Tariffs as Trade War Fears Grow
    • Buddhist Mobs Sweep Through Sri Lanka’s Muslim Neighborhoods
    • Afghanistan Drone Strike Kills 20 Pakistani Taliban, Officials Say
    • Women Strike, Protest as the World Marks International Women’s Day
    • India Tightens Curbs on Trade With North Korea
    • New Zealand Explores Possible Trade Agreement With Mercosur
    • Philippine Congress Body Backs Bid to Impeach Chief Justice
    • Uzbek Court to Look Into Alleged Torture by State Security
    • Xi Jinping and China’s ‘Good Emperor, Bad Emperor’ Problem
    • How Australia Can Foster a ‘Free and Open Indo-Pacific’
    • Prospect of U.S.-North Korea Summit Prompts Jitters in Tokyo About Being Left Vulnerable
    • Trump Says North Korea Is ‘Sincere’ on Reported Offer to Hold Nuclear Talks
    • As Talks With North Near, South Korea Sees Familiar Hurdles Ahead
    • Sri Lanka Blocks Social Media as Deadly Violence Continues
    • Australia-East Timor Treaty Unlocks $40 Billion Oil and Gasfield
    • With Gas and Diplomacy, Russia Embraces Cold War Foe Pakistan
    • India, With Eye on China Ties, Bans Tibetans From Holding New Delhi Rally
    • Under Narendra Modi, India’s Right Is Finally Winning the Culture Wars
    • How ASEAN Strongmen Use Legal Reform to Weaken Democracy
    • After Park, Former South Korean President Lee Summoned Over Bribery Allegations
    • Japan’s Navy Appoints First Woman to Command Warship Squadron
    • Rising Star in South Korea’s Ruling Party Resigns Over Sexual Assault Claim
    • U.S., South Korea to Discuss Pyongyang’s Denuclearization Offer
    • Trump to Offer Temporary Tariff Exemption for Canada and Mexico
    • U.S., Russia Trade Blame as Diplomats Fail to Meet in Africa
    • The Rules-Based System Is in Grave Danger
    • How Will New Cybersecurity Norms Develop?
    • Trump Says North Korea Is ‘Sincere’ on Reported Offer to Hold Nuclear Talks
    • U.S. Secretary of State to Focus on Security on First African Visit
    • Kushner to Meet With Mexican President During Trip
    • Gary Cohn, Trump’s Top Economic Adviser, to Resign Amid Differences on Trade Policy
    • What Will Trump’s Tariffs Mean for America’s Economy?
    • Climate Change Skeptics Run the Trump Administration
    • FARC Withdraws Timochenko From Colombia’s Presidential Race
    • Mexico Says Progress Needed Before President Meets Trump
    • Nerves Fray as Colombia Kicks Off Election Season
    • Pacific Trade Pact Sets Sail Without the U.S. on Board
    • Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum Imports Are a Further Blow to Western Hemisphere Relations
    • Germany’s Justice Minister Maas to Be New Foreign Minister
    • U.K. Says It Will Respond Robustly to Nerve Agent Attack on Russian Ex-Spy
    • Italy’s Inconclusive Election Puts President Center Stage
    • Czech President Zeman to Be Sworn in for Final Term, May Exert Freer Hand
    • EU Weighs New Ways to Tackle Migration as Spring Approaches
    • Why We Need to Pay Attention to Russia’s Elections
    • Macron’s Education Revolution
    • African Union Chief Says Tillerson Visit Makes Up for Trump’s Derogatory Comments
    • Sierra Leone Police Quash Clashes After Voting Ends
    • Clashes, Machete Attack Kill More Than 20 in Central Nigeria
    • African Women on Top
    • More Dissent in Eritrea, a Country Where Dissent Is Not Tolerated
    • Ghouta Aid Convoy Postponed Amid Chemical Attack Fears
    • Saudi Crown Prince Sees a New Axis of ‘Evil’ in the Middle East
    • The Real Role Saudi Arabia’s Dissidents Can Play
    • Why Iranian Women Are Taking Off Their Veils
    • Hamas Entangled in Regional Polarization
    • China Promises ‘Necessary Response’ to U.S. Tariffs as Trade War Fears Grow
    • Buddhist Mobs Sweep Through Sri Lanka’s Muslim Neighborhoods
    • Afghanistan Drone Strike Kills 20 Pakistani Taliban, Officials Say
    • Xi Jinping and China’s ‘Good Emperor, Bad Emperor’ Problem
    • How Australia Can Foster a ‘Free and Open Indo-Pacific’
    • Prospect of U.S.-North Korea Summit Prompts Jitters in Tokyo About Being Left Vulnerable
    • U.S., South Korea to Discuss Pyongyang’s Denuclearization Offer
    • Trump to Offer Temporary Tariff Exemption for Canada and Mexico
    • U.S., Russia Trade Blame as Diplomats Fail to Meet in Africa
    • Mexico Says Progress Needed Before President Meets Trump
    • African Union Chief Says Tillerson Visit Makes Up for Trump’s Derogatory Comments
    • China Promises ‘Necessary Response’ to U.S. Tariffs as Trade War Fears Grow
    • Afghanistan Drone Strike Kills 20 Pakistani Taliban, Officials Say
    • New U.S. Embassy May Be in Jerusalem, but Not in Israel
    • The Rules-Based System Is in Grave Danger
    • How Will New Cybersecurity Norms Develop?
    • Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum Imports Are a Further Blow to Western Hemisphere Relations
    • Trump Says North Korea Is ‘Sincere’ on Reported Offer to Hold Nuclear Talks
    • U.S. Secretary of State to Focus on Security on First African Visit
    • Kushner to Meet With Mexican President During Trip
    • Gary Cohn, Trump’s Top Economic Adviser, to Resign Amid Differences on Trade Policy
    • EU Pledges to Fight Back on Trump Tariffs as Trade War Looms
    • Kurds Pull Back From ISIS Fight in Syria, Saying They Feel Let Down by U.S.
    • Putin Praises Trump, Says U.S. Political System Eating Itself
    • In Washington, Netanyahu Jokes About Corruption Probes and Warns of Snap Elections
    • What Will Trump’s Tariffs Mean for America’s Economy?
    • Climate Change Skeptics Run the Trump Administration
    • Trump Says He May Travel to Israel for Embassy Move, Netanyahu Calls Out Iran
    • Security Clearance Downgrade Did Not Affect Kushner’s Mideast Role: White House
    • Seeking to Mend Fences, Tillerson Pledges New Aid to Africa
    • FARC Withdraws Timochenko From Colombia’s Presidential Race
    • Trump to Offer Temporary Tariff Exemption for Canada and Mexico
    • Mexico Says Progress Needed Before President Meets Trump
    • Nerves Fray as Colombia Kicks Off Election Season
    • Pacific Trade Pact Sets Sail Without the U.S. on Board
    • As Sanctions Loom, Venezuelan Official Seeks U.S. Talks Over Prisoners
    • Guatemala President to Pull Army Out of Law Enforcement
    • New Zealand Explores Possible Trade Agreement With Mercosur
    • Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum Imports Are a Further Blow to Western Hemisphere Relations
    • Kushner to Meet With Mexican President During Trip
    • U.N. Seeks Inquiry Into Killings in Venezuela, Says Poll Not Credible
    • Mexico Left-Wing Candidate’s Lead Widens as Rivals Bicker
    • EU Concerned About Assassinations of Colombia Social Leaders
    • Colombian Military Strike Leaves 10 Rebels Dead
    • Snap Election in Antigua Puts Barbuda’s Communal Land Ownership on the Ballot
    • Why I Am Running for President of Venezuela
    • The End of Mexican Democracy?
    • Mexico, Canada, U.S. Plan New Round of NAFTA Talks for April
    • Argentine Teachers on 48-Hour Strike at Start of School Year
    • Top Brazil Appeals Court Denies Lula Bid to Stay Out of Prison
    • Germany’s Justice Minister Maas to Be New Foreign Minister
    • U.K. Says It Will Respond Robustly to Nerve Agent Attack on Russian Ex-Spy
    • Italy’s Inconclusive Election Puts President Center Stage
    • Czech President Zeman to Be Sworn in for Final Term, May Exert Freer Hand
    • EU Weighs New Ways to Tackle Migration as Spring Approaches
    • EU Criticizes ‘Aggressive’ Tax Practices of Seven Member States
    • Women Strike, Protest as the World Marks International Women’s Day
    • Egypt, France sign €60 Million Agreements in Different Fields
    • With Anti-Immigrant Feeling on the Rise, Italy’s African Community Shocked by Another Killing
    • Why We Need to Pay Attention to Russia’s Elections
    • Macron’s Education Revolution
    • EU Pledges to Fight Back on Trump Tariffs as Trade War Looms
    • Poland’s PiS Takes Control of Judicial Watchdog
    • U.K. to Focus on Areas of Agreement as Saudi Crown Prince Arrives
    • Germany to Expand Global Military Missions
    • EU Concerned About Assassinations of Colombia Social Leaders
    • Putin Praises Trump, Says U.S. Political System Eating Itself
    • Balkan Neighbors Push to Resolve Disputes, but Deals Elusive
    • Hungary PM Announces New Batch of Pre-Election Handouts
    • Germany’s AfD Sparks Outrage Over Links to Syrian Regime
    • With Gas and Diplomacy, Russia Embraces Cold War Foe Pakistan
    • Italy’s Howl of Nihilism
    • Danger Ahead for the Eurozone
    • Brussels Backlash to Martin Selmayr’s Appointment
    • Former Russian Spy Mysteriously Falls Ill in Britain. Again.
    • Czechs Protest Communist-Era Cop Getting Police Oversight Job in Parliament
    • U.S., Russia Trade Blame as Diplomats Fail to Meet in Africa
    • African Union Chief Says Tillerson Visit Makes Up for Trump’s Derogatory Comments
    • Sierra Leone Police Quash Clashes After Voting Ends
    • Clashes, Machete Attack Kill More Than 20 in Central Nigeria
    • Cameroonian Soldier Killed in South West Region, Separatists Arrested
    • Over 2,500 Burundi Refugees in Congo Seek Shelter in Rwanda
    • South African Commission Opens Investigation Into Influence Peddling
    • Zimbabwe Youths Complete Mugabe’s Fall, Denouncing Him at ZANU-PF Meeting
    • With Anti-Immigrant Feeling on the Rise, Italy’s African Community Shocked by Another Killing
    • African Women on Top
    • More Dissent in Eritrea, a Country Where Dissent Is Not Tolerated
    • U.S. Secretary of State to Focus on Security on First African Visit
    • Sierra Leone Hopes Election Can Move Nation Past Its Misfortunes
    • ‘Significant’ Consequences if China Takes Key Port in Djibouti, Says U.S. General
    • Ethiopia’s Ruling EPRDF Sets March 11 Date to Elect New Prime Minister
    • U.N. Criticizes Angola for Forcing Refugees to Return to Violent Congo
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The <h1> to <h6> tags are used to define HTML headings. The <h1> tag should hold the title describing the content of a specific page therefore only one h1 tag is needed per page. There can be any number of h2 - h6 tags but they should be added in order of importance (www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_hn.asp).

Doctype

technologyvalidity
HTML 5
The <!DOCTYPE> declaration tells the web browser about what version of HTML the page is written in. It is good practice to always add the <!DOCTYPE> declaration to the HTML documents, so that the browser knows what type of document to expect. (www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_DOCTYPE.asp)

Character Encoding

technologyvalidity
UTF-8 (Unicode)
Covers: Worldwide
To display an HTML page correctly, the browser must know what character-set to use.

Language

usability
Declared Language: en (English)
Language Attribute: en (English)
The HTML "lang" attributes and language metatag define the base language to be used for displaying text and characters on a Website.

W3C Markup Validation

validity
Status: FAILED [32 errors, 8 warning(s)]
It is good practice to use valid HTML/XHTML markup as it ensures that the search engines can read the website correctly as well as it improves cross browser compatibility (W3C Markup Validation Service).

Deprecated HTML elements

technologyvalidity
Good, no deprecated elements found.
A deprecated element is one that has been outdated by newer constructs. Deprecated elements may become obsolete in future versions of HTML so it is recommended not to use them.

Nested HTML Tables

accessibilitytechnology
Great, no nested tables detected.
In general it is not recommended to use nested tables or to utilize tables for page layout. Nested tables are known to cause performance issues due to increased HTML size and rendering time. It is better to use CSS layout instead.

Web Analytics

technology
Yes, we have detected following web analytics tools:
  • Google analytics icon Google™ Analytics
  • NewRelic analytics icon New Relic
Web Analytics Tools collect and measure information about visitor activity on a website. Well interpreted web traffic data is invaluable in determining a successfully web strategy and assessing the effectiveness of a website. At a minimum, we recommend to utilize at least one web analytics tool.

robots.txt

SEO
Yes, https://www.worldpoliticsreview.com/robots.txt/

Your robots.txt file is blocking search engines access to parts of the website.

User-agent: *
  • Disallow: /media-roundup/*
  • Disallow: /document/send/*
A robots.txt file restricts access to search engine robots that crawl the web. (www.robotstxt.org/robotstxt.html)

XML Sitemap

SEO
Not found
Sitemaps inform search engines about pages available for crawling. In its simplest form, a Sitemap is an XML file that lists URLs for a site along with additional metadata about each URL. XML sitemap should help search engines to crawl the site more intelligently. (www.sitemaps.org/protocol.html)

Accessibility Check

accessibility
Data could not be obtained.
Following Web accessibility standards while developing a website can help users with specific needs, such as visually impaired, motor/mobility, auditory, seizures, as well as cognitively and intellectually impaired disabilities. Some of these fixes include general seo applications like Alt tags, Form labels, fixing empty links and adding alternative text. To read more about accessibility guidelines follow this link Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) Overview.

Mobile Rendering

mobile
Mobile internet usage has been exceeding PC's since 2014 and growing so it is critical for pages to render correctly on mobile devices.

Mobile Optimization

mobileperformanceSEO
Mobile PageSpeed analyzes webpages and evaluates its performance while providing suggestions on reducing page load times. Google is incorporating website speed in search ranking (www.mattcutts.com/blog/site-speed)

Mobile Experience

mobileusability
Mobile users have now become a critical part of online visits. Making the website mobile friendly is no longer an option but rather necessity. (https://developers.google.com/webmasters/smartphone-sites/)

Favicon

usability
favicon
file: http://worldpoliticsreview.com/Images/Favicon/android-icon-192x192.png
size: 192px  by  192px
type: image/png

Warning: favicon dimensions are incorrect. Recommended sizes are 16x16, 32x32, 48x48 and 64x64 px

Good, a hi-resolution (192x192) favicon found.
Excellent, apple touch icon found.
The Favicon is a small icon associated with a website. The Favicon is important because it is displayed next to the website's URL in the address bar of the browser as well as in bookmarks and shortcuts.

Custom 404 Error Page

usability
Yes, custom 404 error page detected.
A 404 is a standard http response code for a resource that cannot be located on the server. Web servers usually return a "404 Not Found" error page for non-existing pages. Unfortunately, these default error pages are very generic and a not very user friendly, therefore, using a custom 404 error page is highly recommended.

Process of returning http status code "200 OK" for a non-existent page or redirecting users to another url is called soft 404. Soft 404 errors are problematic for search engines and are not advisable. (https://support.google.com/webmasters/answer/181708)

Printability

usability
Print-friendly pages are designed to fit on an 8.5"x11" or A4 sheet and usually include only the content of the page, along with source information.

W3C CSS Validation

validity
Status: FAILED [12 error(s)]
It is recommended to use valid CSS to ensure that the website displays correctly. (W3C CSS Validation Service).

Domain Age

SEO-Authority
Your domain was registerd for the first time: 11 years, 1 month, 11 days ago.
Age of the domain is one of the many signals that search engines utilize for ranking. Brand new domains generally have more difficult time to rank high for the first few months.

Domain Expiration

SEO-Authority
Your domain expires in: 10 months, 16 days, 3 hours.
Domain expiration far in to the future is considered a good practice as it promotes confidence in your website, decreases chances of losing domain and in certain cases might help with search engine ranking. (https://www.hover.com/blog/three-reasons-to-renew-your-domain-names-for-five-years/)

IP Canonicalization

SEO
No, your site's IP 23.23.96.65 redirects to 23.23.96.65 instead of worldpoliticsreview.com.
Some web spiders index websites using IP as well as domain name which can cause duplicate content if there is no IP Canonicalization.

URL Canonicalization

SEO
Yes, both the www.worldpoliticsreview.com and worldpoliticsreview.com resolve to the same URL.
Domain name with WWW and without can be considered as different pages causing duplicate content for search engines. (www.mattcutts.com/blog/seo-advice-url-canonicalization)

Page Speed

performanceSEO
Google Page Speed score: 53% (Low)
Rq. Requests Hst. Hosts LT Load time Html Img Images JS JavaScript CSS F Flash O Other PS Page Size
723614.30s344.73 KB819.26 KB2.39 MB376.37 KB0 B87.18 KB3.98 MB

RecommendationImpact
Avoid landing page redirects
Medium
Enable compression
High
Leverage browser caching
High
Reduce server response time
High
Minify CSS
Low
Minify HTML
Low
Minify JavaScript
Low
Eliminate render-blocking JavaScript and CSS in above-the-fold content
High
Optimize images
High
Prioritize visible content
None

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PageSpeed analyzes webpages and evaluates its performance while providing suggestions on reducing page load times. Google is now incorporating website speed in search ranking (www.mattcutts.com/blog/site-speed)

Server Information

security

ISP:
Amazon.com
Server IP:
50.17.242.14
Server Location:
US VIRGINIA, Ashburn

Name Server 1:
ns-1119.awsdns-11.org (205.251.196.95)
Name Server 2:
ns-139.awsdns-17.com (205.251.192.139)
Name Server 3:
ns-1820.awsdns-35.co.uk (205.251.199.28)
Name Server 4:
ns-896.awsdns-48.net (205.251.195.128)
Your server's IP address and location have minor impact on the country specific SEO. It is recommend to host the website in the country where the number of vistors is desired to be the highest. Search engines take the geolocation of a server into account. (www.youtube.com/watch?v=hXt23AXlJJU)

HTTPS (SSL)

security
Issued To:
Common Name (CN):
www.worldpoliticsreview.com
Issuer:
Common Name (CN):
Go Daddy Secure Certificate Authority - G2
Oranization (O):
GoDaddy.com, Inc.
Oranizational Unit (OU):
http://certs.godaddy.com/repository/
Period of Validity
Begins On:
05/17/2016
Expires On:
06/14/2018
Google™ is now treating HTTPS as a ranking signal. HTTPS is a secure web protocol that allows for encrypted communication between website and the client. HTTPS protocol requires your website to have an SSL certificate, which can be purchased from a Certificate Authority (CA) or SSL vendor. (security.googleblog.com/2014/08/https-as-ranking-signal_6.html).

Safe Browsing

security
Yes
Safe Browsing is a service provided by Google that enables applications to check URLs against Google's constantly updated lists of suspected phishing and malware pages. If your site is marked as unsafe see our guide on how to fix websites blocked by google safe browsing

Spam Blacklist

security
Good, your IP 50.17.242.14 is not blacklisted.
Spammer directories provide lists of IPs from which spam distribution is reported. Emails sent from the blocked IPs are subject to closer scrutiny and are much less likely to be delivered. For email campaigns it is recommended to utilize professional email services to ensure that your website IP is not blocked. (www.stopforumspam.com)

Email Address Obfuscation

security
Great, this webpage does not contain email addresses displayed in plain text.
It is recommended to obfuscate email addresses posted in public. This prevents email addresses from being automatically harvested by spam bots which helps to decrease number of unsolicited emails. See our email obfuscation techniques guide for more details.

Directory Browsing

security
Great, your server has directory browsing disabled.
Protect Webserver directories from unwanted browsing. To enhance security, directory browsing should be disabled unless you have a specific reason to enable it. If you enable directory browsing, make sure that you only enable it on the particular directory or directories that you want to share. (https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc731109)

Whois Privacy

security
Registrant:
Name:
PERFECT PRIVACY, LLC
Address:
12808 Gran Bay Parkway West, Jacksonville, 32258, US
Phone:
+1.5707088780
Email:
ez6nf3495nm@networksolutionsprivateregistration.com
Administrative Contact:
Name:
PERFECT PRIVACY, LLC
Address:
12808 Gran Bay Parkway West, Jacksonville, 32258, US
Phone:
+1.5707088780
Email:
ez6nf3495nm@networksolutionsprivateregistration.com
Technical Contact:
Name:
PERFECT PRIVACY, LLC
Address:
12808 Gran Bay Parkway West, Jacksonville, 32258, US
Phone:
+1.5707088780
Email:
ez6nf3495nm@networksolutionsprivateregistration.com
Whois Privacy is a service that prevents domain owner contact information from being displayed in the publicly available Whois records. This can help to cut down on unwanted spam but utilizing Whois privacy should be evaluated against business model and branding strategy.

Server Signature

security
On, Microsoft-IIS/7.5 ASP.NET 4.0.30319 4.0
Attackers can utilize server signature versioning information to their advantage therefore it is recommended to disable it when possible.