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Un balance político a 30 años del retorno a la democracia en Argentina (A political balance 30 years after the return of democracy in Argentina)

  • By Carlos Fara, Graciela Fernández Meijide, Adrián Lucardi, Marcos Novaro, Gabriel Palumbo, Luis Alberto Romero, Fernando Ruiz y Daniel Sabsay
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Human Rights and Dictatorships at the UN

The Council has 47 member states, regionally elected by a majority of the UN countries. For the election of the members of the UN Human Rights Council, the contribution to the protection and promotion of human rights in the country should be taken into account. Now, regarding some of the countries that have just been elected to serve on this body, like Saudi Arabia, Cuba, China, Vietnam, and Russia, it remains clear that the fulfillment of its goal is unfeasible. Can there be a greater contradiction than a Human Rights Council that incorporates dictatorships?

Conclusions of the 17th Forum 2000 Conference

  • By Gareth Evans
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La Pampa, the District with the Most Competitive Primaries

  • By Adrián Lucardi, Gabriel Salvia y Lara Jeich
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Barómetro Legislativo 2012-2013 - Executive Summary

Global Development: Democracy, Market and Transparency 2012: Editor's note

  • By Gabriel C. Salvia y Hernán Alberro
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Conclusions of the Warsaw Dialogue for Democracy

  • By Jerzy Pomianowski
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El segundo Examen Periódico Universal de Cuba en el Consejo de Derechos Humanos de la ONU

  • By María Rosario Savini
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El Examen Periódico Universal de Uzbekistán

  • By Lisette Kugler
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El Examen Periódico Universal de Turkmenistán

  • By Lisette Kugler
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Human Rights and Dictatorships at the UN

The Council has 47 member states, regionally elected by a majority of the UN countries. For the election of the members of the UN Human Rights Council, the contribution to the protection and promotion of human rights in the country should be taken into account. Now, regarding some of the countries that have just been elected to serve on this body, like Saudi Arabia, Cuba, China, Vietnam, and Russia, it remains clear that the fulfillment of its goal is unfeasible. Can there be a greater contradiction than a Human Rights Council that incorporates dictatorships?

Barómetro Legislativo 2012-2013 - Executive Summary

 

Conclusions of the 17th Forum 2000 Conference

  • By Gareth Evans
Read

La Pampa, the District with the Most Competitive Primaries

  • By Adrián Lucardi, Gabriel Salvia y Lara Jeich
Read

Global Development: Democracy, Market and Transparency 2012: Editor's note

  • By Gabriel C. Salvia y Hernán Alberro
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Conclusions of the Warsaw Dialogue for Democracy

  • By Jerzy Pomianowski
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Un balance político a 30 años del retorno a la democracia en Argentina (A political balance 30 years after the return of democracy in Argentina)

  • By Carlos Fara, Graciela Fernández Meijide, Adrián Lucardi, Marcos Novaro, Gabriel Palumbo, Luis Alberto Romero, Fernando Ruiz y Daniel Sabsay
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