Decision-makers in Chisinau are seriously concerned about the potential threats the crisis in Ukraine may pose for Moldova, according to this article written by Institute of World Policy analyst Leonid Litra for a German Marshall Fund of the United States publication.
The Expert-Grup has released the debut issue of Regional Economic Review, a new publication series that examines the economic status of Moldova’s regions.
The repercussions of an international investigation into the downing of a Malaysian airliner over Ukraine may deal a serious blow to Russia and the separatists it supports, according to an Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation analysis.
Armenia, which is a member to such international organizationsas the UN, OSCE and CoE, needs to play a more active part in the activities of these organizations in their structural reforming, according to this analysis by the Analytical Centre on Globalization and Regional Cooperation.
Amendments to the Ukrainian Constitution proposed by President Petro Poroshenko that have been included in the agenda of the parliament have little chance of being adopted, according to an Ilko Kucheriv Democratic Initiatives Foundation analysis.
The numerous advantages of opening public data – economic development and innovation, improvement of transparency and efficiency of public institutions – should be reason enough for public institutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina to invest more effort in this realm and to develop comprehensive policies for opening up data, according to this Center for Social Research Analitika policy brief.
Transparency in the Decision Making of the Central Public Administration Authorities: January-December 2013
Moldova has the necessary legal and institutional preconditions for ensuring a transparent and participatory decision-making process, but they are selectively applied and this results in weak public trust in state institutions, according to this Association for Participatory Democracy report.