Ukraine’s ‘Revolution of Dignity’ will not have achieved its goals until all Ukrainian citizens are treated equally.
The net neutrality debate that captured the attention of internet users in the United States and turned them into digital advocates has now reached the world’s largest democracy.
The shape of the constitutional system and the fate of the Kurdish peace process both hinge on the ability of one party to clear the 10 percent threshold in Sunday’s parliamentary elections.
On June 3, a mob attacked the Committee Against Torture’s regional office in Grozny, Chechnya, marking the second attach in six months against the NGO.
The United States should make Jason Rezaian's release a top priority in its dealings with Iran, says Freedom House President Mark P. Lagon.
Internet freedom is coming under increasing pressure across East Asia, but China’s influence has its limits.
From time to time, the Freedom at Issue blog highlights those whose recent actions have contributed to or undermined the spread of democracy around the world.