Fifty years since the military coup: Taking stock of Brazilian democracy
In 1964, a military dictatorship that would last for 21 years was installed in Brazil. After a relatively smooth transition to democracy in 1985, Brazil is today considered one of the emerging powers in the world. This CMI Insight reviews the main characteristics of the military regime and the subsequent transition to democracy, and examines how this historical legacy impacts Brazilian democracy today.
Interim Governance Arrangements in Post-Conflict and Fragile Settings
Identifying feasible, high-impact anti-corruption interventions. The case of Albania
Luca J. Uberti
Constituting Transitions: Predicting Unpredictability
Christine Bell, Robert Forster
International Law and Transitional Governance Critical Perspectives
Independence or Front Lines: Securing Southern Representation in Yemen's Peace Talks
Babylon: Nordisk Tidsskrift for Midtøstenstudier
Literature Review: Democracy and Human Rights in contemporary Latin America (2015-2020) Trends, challenges, and prospects
Vegard Bye, Dr.philos, CMI Affiliated Researcher, Senior Partner Scanteam Peder Østebø, M.A., Graduate Research Fellow, NUPI
Rethinking access. Key methodological challenges in studying energy companies.
Müftüoglu IB, Knudsen S, Dale RF, Eiken O, Rajak D, Lange S
Energy Research & Social Science
Close your eyes and picture “a humanitarian”. What do you see?
Understanding the inferno on Lesbos: – We need new perspectives on migration to solve this situation