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News & Highlights

SEPT 10, 2014

Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellow Marino Cordoba was profiled by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette for his work defending the rights of Afrocolombians who have been displaced by violence. To learn more, attend his public presentation at NED on September 23. ::MORE

SEPT 5, 2014

During the American Political Science Association annual meeting, the Comparative Democratization section recognized several of its members for their research acheivements. Learn who received awards for the Best Book, Best Article, Best Fieldwork, Best Paper, and the Juan Linz Dissertation prize for democratization research. ::MORE

Sept 4, 2014

Scholars, journalists, and democracy activists who are interested in applying for a Reagan-Fascell Democracy Fellowship at the International Forum can find tips on how to submit an application on CIMA's The Source blog. ::MORE

Aug 26, 2014

The Comparative Democratization section organized 24 panels at the American Political Science Association annual meeting in Washington, DC. ::MORE

AUG 1, 2014

Worth Reading features three freely accessible articles from the July issue of the Journal of Democracy. ::MORE

JUL 30, 2014

See photos, watch the event video, and read reports discussed during "Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova: How Corruption Threatens the Eastern Partnership," an event the Forum cosponsored with the Legatum Institute and the Institute of Modern Russia. ::MORE

Forum Publications

Democratization and Authoritarianism in the Arab World

Clientelism, Social Policy, and the Quality of Democracy

Journal of Democracy July 2014: "The Maidan and Beyond"