March 07, 2014

Democracy Ideas: Anne Applebaum, "Revolutions and Democracy"

MAR 7, 2014 Democracy Ideas: Anne Applebaum, "Revolutions and Democracy" International Forum for Democratic Studies Interview Series


February 03, 2014

Ukraine’s Lessons Learned: From the Orange Revolution...

12:00 PM - 02:00 PM

In his presentation, Sergii Leshchenko discussed the Euromaidan in the context of the democratization process that began in 2004, and explored the ramifications of the current protests on Ukraine’s immediate political future.


May 07, 2013

The Roadmap to Democracy in Ukraine

12:00 PM - 02:00 PM

Currently one of Ukraine’s most recognizable opposition politicians, Oles Doniy has a long track record of civic activism and involvement in politics, having started as the leader of the 1990 student hunger strike that led to mass protests in the country’s capital city, Kyiv. Throughout the turbulent years of independence, Doniy has maintained an independent position in support of his vision for a better future for Ukraine. His recent election victory in a single mandate district in the October 2012 elections came as a surprise to both pro-government and opposition parties.


August 31, 2011

Moldova’s Democratic Transition: 20 Years of Challenges...

02:00 PM - 03:30 PM

Twenty years after the collapse of the USSR, experts shared their thoughts on the state of democracy in Moldova, the country’s transition process, and ways to continue strengthening Moldova’s state institutions and civil society.