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President Bush's trip to Africa marks just the fourth trip to the continent by a sitting U.S. president over the last 30 years.
Freedom House's annual global survey of political rights and civil liberties, Freedom in the World 2003, is now available on the Freedom House website.
The deferment of a vote on proposed internal security legislation in Hong Kong marks a major victory for democratic forces within the semi-autonomous territory, Freedom House said today.
In his upcoming trip through Africa, President Bush should commit additional resources to democratic development and call upon African nations to improve respect for political rights and civil liberties on the continent, Freedom House said today.
The upcoming Thessaloniki summit offers an opportunity for the EU to demonstrate strategic vision for the Balkans, but is Brussels up to the challenge?
Officials in Kyrgyzstan are systematically threatening media outlets with legal action, effectively shutting down independent press in the country and leading to an overall decline in citizen access to information, Freedom House said today.
On its face, the June 1 summit in St. Petersburg between Presidents George W. Bush and Vladimir Putin was a success.
Freedom House today expressed deep concern over an increase in attacks against human rights defenders and independent media in Kyrgyzstan.
Delegation led by Martin Lee to meet with U.S. officials on controversial law, Press briefing June 2, 2003
President Bush Urged to Place Russia's Democratic Performance on Summit Agenda

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