Brazil's leading pollster, Mauro Paulino, will offer his assessment of the prospects for the leading candidates.
South African President Jacob Zuma will be speaking at the National Press Club.
Tunisia President H.E. Mohamed Moncef Marzouki will be speaking about the successes the country has experienced and the challenges it still faces.
The panel will discuss current corruption challenges and how outside actors are influencing the reform process in each country
A look at Tunisia's recently-passed elections law, voting procedures, and potential political alliances.
The event will consist of presentations and discussions on the situation in Ukraine.
A look at civil society in Egypt today.
The panel will focus on the situation on the ground in Ukraine, the performance of the Poroshenko government, and the latest Russian moves.
The panel will discuss what options for sustainable support mechanisms may be put in place to support women leaders in Africa.
Indonesia held one of the world’s largest single day elections on Wednesday, July 9, 2014 to determine its next president.
The center-left party of Miro CERAR (SMC) leads with 34.61 percent of the vote.
This Careers in Development session features Desaix (Terry) Myers, who has extensive experience with USAID. He will discuss how the role of foreign assistance has evolved since the late 1940s and offer his advice for young people entering the field of international development.
A discussion on Afghanistan President Hamid Karzai's Legacy.
A House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee hearing on the future of democracy in Turkey.
Indonesians went to the polls to elect the president on 9 July 2014.
Citizens of the Cook Islands voted in a snap parliamentary election on 9 July 2014.
An overview of recent democracy and governance events
Lithuania's June 29th referendum fails with low voter turnout.
IFES' ElectionGuide.org seeks pieces examining electoral challenges in contexts that are conflict prone, politically transitioning, or undergoing other processes of institutional reform for its Digest section.
Lilian Tintori, Wife of Imprisoned Venezuelan political activist Leopoldo López, will speak at the National Press Club two days before her husband is scheduled to go on trial in Caracas.
A forum on the challenges for freedom of expression in Latin America
A discussion of the major security challenges facing Nigeria as the 2015 national elections approach.
A Twitter discussion on best practices for utilizing technology in party development.
A presentation on the political, economic, and social challenges Ukraine faces.
Indonesian presidential candidates Prabowo Subianto and Joko Widodo both have the capacity to bend Indonesia’s arc of history—but each in a different direction.