Democracy and Elections

A Hard Swap – Supporting Tunisia in Better Understanding the Foreign Currency Exposure for Government Debt Operations

The Arab Spring revolutions started in Tunisia, when a young fruit and vegetable seller, supporting eight people on less than a dollar a day, set himself on fire. Yet six years from the Arab revolts, Tunisia alone remains the single success...Read More

Security Council Members Stress Need for Democratic Republic of Congo to Hold Fair, Free, Inclusive Elections without Further Delay

Several Security Council members insisted today that the Government of the Democratic Republic of the Congo hold free, fair, and inclusive elections by the end of the year and without further delay, as the head of United Nations peacekeepin...Read More

Terrorism, Violent Extremism Hampering Efforts to Improve Infrastructure, Create Jobs in Sahel, Special Representative Tells Security Council

Political Will Needed in Fighting Boko Haram, Delegates Stress, as Bolivia, Russian Federation Warn against Interventionism, ‘Outside Meddling’ Despite laudable progress towards democratic consolidation, the security situation in West Afric...Read More