Section: News and Notes

January 1994, Volume 5, Issue 1

News and Notes

Serb and Croat Intellectuals Meet for Roundtable Talks; RFK Award Recipients Discuss Democracy; Conference on African Christianity and Democracy; Review of UN Electoral Assistance Programs; Assistance to Oslobodjenje; Conference Looks at Role of OAS in the Americas; New International Journal Focuses on Group Rights.

October 1993, Volume 4, Issue 4

News and Notes

ASA Convention Focuses on Transitions to Democracy; Essays on Democracy Published in Hungarian; Revisiting Capitalism, Socialism, and Democracy.

July 1993, Volume 4, Issue 3

News and Notes

Singapore Conference Looks at Capitalism & Democracy; NED Holds Fourth World Conference; Civil Society in Africa; Leo Labedz (1920-1993).

April 1993, Volume 4, Issue 2

News and Notes

NED Convenes Meeting of Democracy Foundations; IPSA Study Group on Democratization; Center Publishes Newsletter on Arab Civil Society; Nobel Laureates Support Aung San Suu Kyi; Vienna Dialogue on Democracy.

January 1993, Volume 4, Issue 1

News and Notes

Cairo Conference Considers Arab Democracy; Conference Studies Transitional Justice; USIP Preparing Volumes on Transitional Justice; Anthology on Democracy to be Published; Activist Cleric Honored; Conference Discusses Post-Soviet Constitutions.

October 1992, Volume 3, Issue 4

News and Notes

New Developments in Ethiopia; NEH Special Initiative on Democracy; Publications Address Democratization; Center for Party Development Founded.

July 1992, Volume 3, Issue 3

News and Notes

British Set Up Westminster Foundation for Democracy; Elections Held in Iraqi Kurdistan and Kosovo; Strengthening Democracy in Thailand; Conference Focuses on Relationship of Islam and Democracy.

April 1992, Volume 3, Issue 2

News and Notes

Conference for Women Civic Leaders; Mongolia Approves New Constitution; Conferences Face Legacy of Totalitarian Past; Festschrift Honors Seymour Martin Lipset; The Democratic Ideal.

January 1992, Volume 3, Issue 1

News and Notes

Kenya Promises Move to Multiparty System; Paraguayan Constitution Focus of Conference; Scholars Discuss Concept of Civil Society; Turkey Hosts Meeting on Democratization in Middle East; Relationship of Christianity and Democracy Explored; From Leninism to Freedom.

Fall 1991, Volume 2, Issue 4

News and Notes

Central and East European Election Officials Meet in Budapest; Soldiers of the Democratic Revolution; Periodical Examines Corruption; Johns Hopkins Press Now Publishing Journal of Democracy.

Summer 1991, Volume 2, Issue 3

News and Notes

Moscow Hosts Sakharov Congress; Havel, Chamorro Receive Democracy Award; Meeting in Romania on Post-Communist Societies; Civic Leaders Discuss Education for Democracy; Eastern & Central Europe: Democracy’s Dawn

Spring 1991, Volume 2, Issue 2

News and Notes

Coup in Thailand; Chinese Protesters Sentenced; Soviet Democratic Congress Convenes; Freedom in the World; Democratic Transition and Structural Adjustment in Nigeria Examined; Newsletters Focus on Democratic Progress; Journal of Democracy published in Spanish; Charles Guy Gillespie (1958-1991).

Winter 1991, Volume 2, Issue 1

News and Notes

Paz Wins Nobel Prize; Senegal Hosts Conference on African Democracy; Democratization Conference Held in Moscow; Milan Širnečka (1930-1990).

Fall 1990, Volume 1, Issue 4

News and Notes

Human Rights Conference Held in Leningrad; Gorbachev Quotes Friedman on Soviet Economy.

Summer 1990, Volume 1, Issue 3

News and Notes

Conference on Electoral Systems Convenes in Caracas; Books: Preserving and Promoting Democracy.

Spring 1990, Volume 1, Issue 2

News and Notes

Burmese Ban Leading Opposition Candidate; Dissidents Press for Change in Cuba; CSIS Holds Conference on Democratic Transitions; Tanzania’s Nyerere Hints at Multiparty Opening.

Winter 1990, Volume 1, Issue 1

News and Notes

Fang Lizhi Receives Human Rights Award; New Turn in Nigeria’ Democratic Transition; Vietnamese Democratic Activist Recovering; Walesa Helps Free Chilean Labor Leaders; Chile Holds a Conference on Constitutional Change; Christian Democrats Unite in Soviet Union.