Different degrees of political fragmentation in Syria, Lebanon, and Palestine have had a variety of effects on conditions for the media—most of them negative.
The EU must create mechanisms to uphold media freedom in member states and stand firm against external adversaries of independent journalism.
Below are a few of the 2015 May Day demonstrations that have been held—or suppressed by authoritarian gove
The ruling party’s thorough manipulation of state institutions and suppression of dissent have ensured that Ethiopia’s May 24 elections will be an uncompetitive formality.
Edgar Lungu’s first 90 days in office have frustrated hopes that he would put the country back on the path to democratic reform.
Beijing’s repression of the Uyghur population reveals larger truths about China, and has policy implications for the United States.
Emergency crowdfunding campaigns in Russia and Belarus have rescued some civic groups faced with crippling fines, but regular and sustained donations remain rare.
By Daniel Calingaert, Executive Vice President
Freedom House interviews Venezuelan political cartoonist Rayma Suprani, who was fired by El Universal for satirizing the Venezuelan government.