In 2012, The Center for Media and Communications Studies (CMCS) at the Central European Univeristy published this study which analyses the consistency of Hungary’s new media laws with European practices and norms.
Written by Mathurin C. Houngnikp in the January 2012 publication of the Africa Center for Strategic Studies, outlines the counter productivity of African armed forces to democratic governance throughout the continent.
On January 12th, the OSCE/ODIHR published a final report on the State Duma elections in Russia on December 4th, 2011. The report details the Russian electoral system, voter participation, campaign methods, as well as final results.
The African Center for the Constructive Resolution of Disputes (ACCORD) published this report on electoral violence in their November 2011 issue in light of the November 28th multi-party elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
On January 5th, the International Republican Institute released their latest poll of Georgian public opinion. The poll, conducted October 27 – November 11, 2011, is a comprehensive analysis of attitudes regarding the current Georgian economic, social and political landscape.
CSIS published a report on Iraq's recent instability including the Prime Minister's struggle against political oponents, security problems, and economic problems.
IRI published a press release yesterday on the raid of its offices conducted by the Egyptian government.
NDI published a press release yesterday on the raid of its offices conducted by the Egyptian government.
Amnesty International published a report on the Ethiopian government's use of broad anti-terrorism laws to arrest opposition party leaders and journalists for criticizing the government.
CSIS published notes from a conference they hosted on long-term planning for Korean unification, focusing on governance, economic, and social challenges in such a transition.
The Wilson Center published conference procedings on the separation of powers in Russia and Ukraine, with comparisons to the United States, Germany, and Brazil.
The Carnegie Endowment published a paper analyzing the economic causes of the Tunisian Revolution, providing suggestions for the new regime to mitigate these problems.
Devesh Kapur and Milan Vaishnav published a paper for the Center for Global Development exploring the use of illegal funding from the construction sector for elections in India.
USIP published a brief discussing the major stakeholders in Libya and providing suggestions to reduce the chances of conflict between the different groups.
AusAID and the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue published a report on a recent project to reduce election related violence in Mindanao, Philippines.