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Rights Research in Central Asia: Challenges, Insights

by Mihra Rittmann Human Rights Watch (HRW) is an independent, nonprofit, nongovernmental human rights organization that investigates human rights abuse in over 90 countries worldwide. Human Rights Watch carries out in-depth research to get the facts. We expose information of … Continue reading

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Archives in Bosnia in Minutes and Hours

by Max Bergholz  This piece was originally published with the same title in Sage House News: The Cornell University Press Blog. The original post can be found here. “You have fifteen minutes to look around. After that I’m going for coffee … Continue reading

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This is what the gradual erosion of rule of law looks like in Poland

by Monika Nalepa First published in The Monkey Cage at The Washington Post on January 23, 2017 under the title This is what the gradual erosion of rule of law looks like in Poland. From Dec. 16 to Jan. 11, 10 … Continue reading

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Five Things You Need to Know about the Protests in Poland

Five Things You Need to Know about the Protests in Poland by Anna Grzymala-Busse and Monika Nalepa First published in The Monkey Cage at The Washington Post on December 19, 2016 under the title “Why are there protests in Poland? Here … Continue reading

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