Articles from Open Democracy

Fighting impunity in Moldova and Transnistria

Moldova's human rights defenders are upping their game. But there's more that unites Transnistria, an unrecognised state on the country's eastern border, and Moldova than meets the eye. RU

Fighting impunity in Moldova and Transnistria

Moldova's human rights defenders are upping their game. But there's more that unites Transnistria, an unrecognised state on the country's eastern border, and Moldova than meets the eye. RU

Fake news didn’t start with Donald Trump

Remarkably, there is no positive
correlation between democracy and public confidence in the media, which is often
greatest in authoritarian societies like China (65 percent) and Singapore (54
percent).

Fake news didn’t start with Donald Trump

Remarkably, there is no positive
correlation between democracy and public confidence in the media, which is often
greatest in authoritarian societies like China (65 percent) and Singapore (54
percent).

Fracking giants grasp for dirty Brexit bonanza

The
fracking industry is determined to limp ahead, despite record public
opposition
in the UK and fierce fightbacks from campaigners from North
Yorkshire to Surrey and beyond.

Salvadorans next for U.S. deportation machine

The Trump administration continues to play a macabre
numbers game with the lives of immigrants in its latest act of cancelling
Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Salvadoran nationals. Spanish

Salvadorans next for U.S. deportation machine

The Trump administration continues to play a macabre
numbers game with the lives of immigrants in its latest act of cancelling
Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for Salvadoran nationals. Spanish

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