An election-monitoring process that began in a West African hotel has gone online and across oceans, providing lessons for advocates around the world.
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The Open Society Foundations are working to secure legal remedies for bribery, the theft of public assets, and money laundering arising from the exploitation of natural resources.
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This discussion looks at the condition of human rights in Turkmenistan, one of the world’s most repressive and least transparent countries.
The United States and the international community must continue to pressure Uzbekistan to stop forced labor practices to harvest cotton.
Critics see the Oscar-nominated film as a cautionary tale of corruption, but the forces depicted in Leviathan are far more insidious.
General Balananda Sharma of the Nepalese Army, who led the demobilization of combatants after Nepal’s civil war, offers a roadmap for other countries trying to do the same.
Stephen Kotkin and Bill Keller discuss Stalin’s history and how its reading could shed light on the public and political life of Putin’s Russia.
Synthesizing lessons from three movements—disability rights, workers’ rights, and global health—three Open Society Fellows explore strategies and tactics potentially applicable across a range of issue areas.