Europe Report N°235
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY AND RECOMMENDATIONS
Africa Briefing N°107
La Guinée est censée organiser une élection présidentielle en 2015. Le passé électoral du pays, l’échec du dialogue entre le pouvoir et l’opposition sur cette question et le report sine die des élections locales prévues début 2014 sont de mauvais augure.
Africa Briefing N°106
The full briefing is available in French.
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The International Crisis Group is currently seeking a Communications Intern in our Brussels HQ. The internship is designed for 6 months, full-time, beginning on the 1st of February 2015, but a shorter duration or part-time arrangements are possible. The internship would suit a candidate with a recent graduate degree in journalism, media, communications, or similar. Knowledge of political science and international relations are an asset.
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