A series of court rulings ensures hundreds of thousands of eligible voters will be able to exercise their rights at the polls this November.
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The election in Zambia—a country with 25 years of peaceful democratic consolidation—is a chance for the EU to show it still has serious clout as a foreign policy actor.
From tanks at the beach to jammed mobile phones, the militarization of Rio de Janeiro is pushing the boundaries of acceptable precautions.
In Hungary, activists are using drone footage to build support for migrants, counter government narratives, and bolster civil society.
Despite the questionable accuracy of the results, many Ugandans who voted in this year’s election felt they were casting a ballot in favor of democracy itself.
President Obama says America stands with civil society in the Middle East, but declining funding for democracy and governance there tells a different story.
The estimates of how many people have been killed by U.S. drones since 2009 will allow the American public to ask better questions about the uses and limitations of this new technology.
A revision to a little-known financial regulation means that nonprofit organizations and civil society will soon be less vulnerable to illegitimate government crackdowns.
The president has made fighting corruption a top priority. Why is progress so slow?
The latest episode of our Talking Justice podcast examines Mexico’s search for accountability for atrocities carried out not just by criminal gangs but by federal and state forces.
To realize the European Union’s original ambitions, those who are committed to open society principles must address the politics of fear.