January 1st marks the 55th anniversary of the Voice of America’s Bangla Service.
Authorities in Vietnam are barring a blogger from leaving the country to accept a major award.
The United States is deeply concerned about the Chinese government’s policies in Tibetan areas.
In order to be durable and meaningful, democracy must consist of more than elections.
This month marks the 2nd anniversary of the Belarusian Government’s brutal crackdown on civil society.
The United States joined 54 other countries in refusing to sign revised International Telecommunications Regulations.
“Civil society is a target because it is, by its very nature, an organized threat to governmental oppression."
Interim government of Mali has new prime minister after security forces loyal to junta forced the previous PM to resign.
On December 11th, the United States formally recognized a new opposition coalition as the legitimate representative of the Syrian people.
In all, nearly 80 percent of the nation’s 14 million registered voters took part in the December 7 and 8 balloting.
The United States has committed $50 million in non-humanitarian assistance to strengthen Syria’s unarmed opposition groups.
New law could severely impact a number of important non-governmental institutions.