Open Society European Policy Institute
Can Democracy Take Root in Georgia?
Following the historic transfer of power, can actors in Georgia and their European and international supporters rise above political polarization and reform key sectors so as to underpin Georgia’s transition to democracy?
European Year of Citizens: How the European Parliament Can Deliver for Roma
While the EU will raise awareness this year about the rights that come with EU citizenship, millions of European Roma do not enjoy the benefits of being treated as full EU citizens. MEPs can play a role here.
Open Society Voices
The Angola-Russia debt deal highlights the flaws in EU rules related to banking, illicit financial flows and anti-corruption.
Will a new system to enter and exit the Schengen area really combat irregular migration?
The EU will soon require disclosure of payments to governments by companies in the extractives and forestry industries. Now it needs to take the lead at local and global levels to support this global transparency standard.