This Centre for Democracy and Human Rights paper explores the underlying reasons as to why whistle-blowing in general and the police in particular is a rare phenomenon in Montenegro, and how that situation can be rectified.
The latest edition of the International Centre for Policy’s edition of Inside Ukraine looks at how political corruption is shielding those who committed crimes defending the previous regime during the Euromaidan protests.
The failure of Western governments to roll back Russian actions in Ukraine and to help the new Ukrainian political leadership and civil society to build a functional government based on the rule of law has serious implications for how conflicts are settled in the region, according to this Institute of World Policy analysis.
The paper analyzes the macroeconomic consequences for Azerbaijan’s economy if the country joins the World Trade Organization.
The current peacekeeping mission in Transnistria should be transformed into an international civil monitoring mission, which would have a clear mandate, concrete tasks, be impartial and in line with UN standards, according to this joint Institute of World Policy-IDIS “Viitorul” analysis.
It is in the best interests of Belarus that the Ukraine crisis be resolved quickly for economic, political and strategic reasons, according to this Belarusian Institute for Strategic Studies analysis.
Ukrainian politicians competing for positions in a post-election government for political and personal reasons are undermining rhetoric from national leaders that the country wants to form a new government based on professional qualifications, according to this analysis from the Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation.