Since 1995, the Nations in Transit series has monitored the status of democratic change from Central Europe to Eurasia and pinpointed for policymakers, researchers, journalists, and democracy advocates alike the greatest reform challenges and reform opportunities facing the countries and territories that make up this vast geographic space. Covering 29 countries and administrative areas, Nations in Transit 2010 provides comparative ratings and in-depth analysis of electoral processes, civil society, independent media, national democratic governance, local democratic governance, judicial framework a independence, and corruption. Freedom Houseawhich for more than a quarter century has rated global political rights and civil liberties in its benchmark Freedom in the World surveysahas developed a ratings system that allows for comparative analysis of reforms. Nations in Transit findings have drawn important linkages between democratic accountability, good governance, and the rule of law. In doing so it has made clear the essential nature of all these elements to the development of stable, free, and prosperous societies. The results are incisive, authoritative, and comprehensive.... consultations for NGOs and local governments, and programs on gender equality, European integration, civic education, and legal aid. Independent Media 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 Yugoslavia 3.95 3.25 3.25 2007 2008 2009 3.50 3.75 3.75 In ... broadcasters from their obligation to pay duties for the use of frequencies and facilities of the Radio Broadcasting Center. Despite UNEMa#39;s appeals, the state did not release commercial broadcasters from paying the license fees.
|Title||:||Nations in Transit 2010|
|Publisher||:||Rowman & Littlefield Publishers - 2010-11-16|