This seminar will discuss this new dividing line between Europe’s northern “core” and southern “periphery” and consider those political, economic, and social trends which are common to “peripheral” countries.
Two days after Brazilians go to the polls, join the Atlantic Council's Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center and the Inter-American Dialogue to dive into what the results signal for Brazil’s economy, Brazil’s position on the global stage, and what to expect in 2015 and beyond.
Join New America for a conversation on the fate of Yasuni and the global clash between conservation, corporate power, and development.
the Brookings Center on the United States and Europe and the Heinrich Böll Foundation will host a panel discussion assessing next steps for Ukraine and the EU’s Eastern Partnership.
Given the dynamic nature of the elections and the developments that are bound to occur with a new administration, we are looking forward to what is sure to be an engaging discussion with distinguished panelists and invited guests, from experts on Brazil’s political and economic conditions to authorities on the nation’s private sector relationships.
Join CSIS for a conversation on the development and economic growth implications of the Doing Business 2015 report, featuring expert panelists from the World Bank, U.S. Agency for International Development, and relevant representatives from governments around the word.
According to the country's top electoral authority, incumbent President MORALES will enter his third term in office.
Provisional results suggest a win for Frelimo and its presidential candidate Felipe NYUSI.
Please join us for two sessions of the longest-running election program in Washington, DC.
Mondher Zenaidi, Independent Presidential candidate for the Republic of Tunisia, will discuss this topic.
Please join AEI for a discussion examining each candidate’s platform and prospects for victory.
The Net Neutrality and Global Internet Freedom Conference, sponsored by GW Law's Global Internet Freedom and Human Rights Project, will focus on the impact of net neutrality and net discrimination on global Internet freedom and human rights.
Renamo Party Claims Fraud, but Election Perceived as Generally Peaceful
Bosnia Nationalists Poised to Win Election According to Preliminary Results
Please join CIMA (at NED) and Internews to examine data journalism and open data.
Join us on October 15 when Ambassador Daniel Sepulveda will share more on his views about governments role in Internet governance.
A conversation with representatives from the two main political parties in Tunisia—Zied Mhirsi of Nidaa Tounes and Osama Al Saghir of Ennahda—who will offer insights about their respective parties’ platforms and postures in the midst of campaign season.
Experts from Afghanistan will discuss how new media and technology tools influenced the recent elections and how they can be used to promote better governance in the country.
Navin Chawla, India’s former chief election commissioner, will discuss the election process and lessons to glean from India’s experience.
Carl Dahlman will present the OECD Development Center’s latest flagship publication, Perspectives on Global Development 2014: Boosting Productivity to Meet the Middle-Income challenge.
President Dilma ROUSEFF & Opponent Aecio NEVES to Compete in Runoff Election
Center-Right Party GERB Wins, But Needs Coalition Partners
The election for the 100 seats in Latvia’s Parliament (Saeima) was held on Saturday 4 October 2014.
The panel of experts will discuss online voting technology today and its promise for tomorrow, along with how much and what security would be needed for elections in the United States or other countries.