Tag Archives: Rule of Law

How to bring back rule of law in Sisi’s Egypt

     

President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi’s Egypt is a dangerous place for dissidents. Under Sisi’s command, the military and security forces used extraordinary violence to consolidate power in the summer of 2013 that cost… Read more »

What Next for the Rule of Law in Guatemala?

     

The Inter-American Dialogue (IAD) sponsors a discussion on “Corruption, Crisis, and International Commission Against Impunity in Guatemala (CICIG): What Next for the Rule of Law in Guatemala?” Panelists: former Guatemala… Read more »

What’s at stake in Poland’s democracy

     

Poland’s right-wing government has the chance to explain itself to its European Union peers on Tuesday for the second time in three months amid concern over changes to the judiciary… Read more »

Courts undermine Iraq’s rule of law: Daesh ideology still a threat

     

The Daesh terror group’s ideology is still a threat in Iraq even though the fight against terrorism has ended in military terms, the country’s prime minister said Saturday: “Our land… Read more »

EU moves to counter autocrats’ influence in the Balkans

     

  The European Union sought on Tuesday to reinvigorate the membership ambitions of six Balkan states and reclaim the region as its own amid growing Russian and Chinese influence, setting… Read more »

Grave human rights abuses occurring in Crimea, UN finds

     

Russia violates the rights of annexed Crimean peninsula residents with impunity, employing arbitrary detentions, forced disappearances and torture, a UN report published on Monday states: The UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR)… Read more »