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Statement on resignation of Alistair Coe
Parliamentary elections in Kazakhstan UK statement
Presidential elections and referendum in Kyrgyz Republic UK statement
UNESCO Director-General urges investigation into killing of journalist SV Pradeep in India
Retirement of Independent Commissioner Against Corruption
Acting Secretary of Defense David L. Norquist Statement on Inauguration Day
Students are engaged in community but test scores on democracy stall
Fulbright Program Partners with National Archives on New Heritage Science Fellowship
Secretary Pompeo’s Call with Venezuelan Interim President Guaido
Visa Restrictions on Tanzanians for Undermining Democratic Process and Human Rights
Executive Order on Ensuring Democratic Accountability in Agency Rulemaking
Secretary Pompeo’s Call with Australian Prime Minister Morrison 19 January
Biden’s inauguration speech to set tone for new leadership
Australia Day planning in full swing
National Elections in Uganda
Presidential elections in Uganda 2021 UK statement
United States Places Global Magnitsky Sanctions on Cuban Ministry of Interior and its Minister
Two leading women journalists to join 2021 Jury of UNESCO/Guillermo Cano World Press Freedom Prize
To support democracy abroad, U.S. needs to set its own house
Analysis shows government is stifling access to [information about environment]
2021 far right storming of United States Capitol
10th Anniversary of Revolution in Tunisia
Perceived erosion of democracy spawns new campaign
Mali transition presents opportunity to break ‘vicious circle of political crises’
Free speech debate a convenient distraction for Big Tech
‘Fake News Law’ needed to protect public against spread of fake news, experts argue
Dayton Daily News: ‘This is sedition,’ calls for impeachment
Vanderbilt Project on Unity and American Democracy debuts with conversation series featuring Gore, Rice, Meacham
Democracy ‘a constant process’ top UN official tells Security Council
Young Leaders of Americas Initiative Launches 2021 Fellowship Program
Rule of Truth: How fallacies can help stem COVID-19 infodemic
Statement from National Security Advisor Robert C. O’Brien 12 January
Deplatforming works: Trump’s Twitter ban is long overdue
U.S announces full-fledged Taiwan relationship
Deputy PM & Finance Minister speaks with provincial and territorial counterparts Jan 9
Designation of Iraqi Militia Leader in Connection with Serious Human Rights Abuse
Statement by OSA CEO Elizabeth Rogan on Violent Attack on U.S. Capitol
Boeing CEO David Calhoun Statement on Events in Washington, D.C
Statement by Acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller on Yesterday’s Violence at Capitol
Guterres ‘shocked’ at massacre of civilians in eastern DR Congo
On Mass Arrests of Democracy Advocates in Hong Kong
FROM FIELD: genocide survivor helping others avoid starvation
Big tech acts too little, too late to tackle misinformation
Top UN officials saddened by violent scenes at US Capitol building
Vanderbilt condemns violent assault on U.S. Capitol and our democracy
Rival superpowers may exploit chaos in US
Groom by-election: Initial payment to political parties
Statement by Acting Secretary Miller on Full Activation of D.C. National Guard