The latest from Freedom House:

War in Chechnya, intimidation of press, and corruption should be on Camp David agenda
When George W. Bush meets Vladimir Putin tomorrow at Camp David, they will focus on terrorism, economic development and trade.
Three years ago this month, Ukrainian journalist Heorhiy Gongadze was forced into a car and spirited away into the Kiev night.
Kyrgyzstan should undertake a thorough independent investigation into the mysterious death of Ernest Nazalov, a journalist who investigated corruption among Kyrgyz officials.
Foreign Ministers From Leading Democracies Meet Friday at UN to Discuss Common Strategies
Since Al Qaeda's attacks on the United States, much has been learned of Saudi Arabia's rigid and narrow version of Islam, an extreme form of Wahabbism that bred most of the 9/11
Murder of Sergio Vieira de Mello and colleagues mourned