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Ukraine’s Elections Could Turn Violent—This is How to Prevent It

From September to December 2018, USIP conducted an election violence risk assessment to determine conflict dynamics ahead of Ukraine’s 2019 presidential and parliamentary elections. The full assessment report (forthcoming in February 2019) will identify conflict drivers and scenarios for violence. The assessment...

Jonas Claes & Artem Miroshnichenko, USIP

Analysis

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 02/08/2019

Freedom in the World 2019: Democracy in Retreat

In 2018, Freedom in the World recorded the 13th consecutive year of decline in global freedom. The reversal has spanned a variety of countries in every region, from long-standing democracies like the United States to consolidated authoritarian regimes like China and Russia. The overall...

Freedom House

Evaluation Reports

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 02/07/2019

About Women’s Rights in the Middle East and North Africa (2010)

Freedom House’s innovative publication, Women’s Rights in the Middle East and North Africa, analyzes the status of women in the region through the prism of international standards embodied in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR). The 2005 edition found that despite some...

Sanja Kelly, Freedom House

Analysis, Evaluation Reports

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 12/22/2018

Nations In Transit Brief: Freeing the Captured State in Macedonia – What Role for EU Accession? (2017)

In spring 2017, a new coalition government formed in Macedonia, ending 10 years of increasingly authoritarian governance under the previous regime. This brief examines the opportunity for undoing state capture in Macedonia, and how the European Union can best help Macedonia take...

Dr. Simonida Kacarska (European Policy Institute) & Freedom House

Analysis

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 12/12/2018

Attacks on the Record: The State of Global Press Freedom (2017-2018)

Press freedom is facing new threats in major democracies as well as in repressive states, where authorities are focusing their efforts on social media and other online platforms after subduing the independence of major print and broadcast outlets. The analysis below—drawn from...

Freedom House

Analysis

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 12/11/2018

Nations In Transition Brief: Hostile Takeover – How Law and Justice Captured Poland’s Courts (2018)

Poland's Law and Justice party has instituted unprecedented changes to the country's legal system, undermining rule of law and separation of powers. The brief details the changes that took place and addresses the dilemma that the EU faces. Click here to read...

Christian Davies & Freedom House

Analysis

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 12/11/2018

Dealing with the New Turkey: Recommendations for US Policy after the Elections (2018)

The victory of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his Justice and Development Party (AKP) in the June 2018 elections has cemented the long-term trend of democratic decline and authoritarian consolidation in Turkey. This consolidation has coincided with, and contributed to, a sharp...

Nate Schenkkan, Freedom House

Analysis

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 12/10/2018

Nations In Transit Brief: Far-right Extremism as a Threat to Ukrainian Democracy (2018)

Far-right extremism represents a threat to the democratic development of Ukrainian society. The brief provides an overview of the activities and influence of the far right, differentiating between groups that express radical ideas but by and large operate within a democratic framework...

Vyacheslav Likhachev & Freedom House

Analysis

BEGINNER, INTERMEDIATE

Created 12/09/2018

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