Yarik Turianskyi

Yarik Turianskyi is a Ukrainian national who has been living in South Africa since 2001. He holds a Master’s degree in Political Science from the University of Pretoria. Before joining SAIIA he worked as a lecturer at the Department of Political Sciences at both Hatfield and Mamelodi campuses of the University of Pretoria. He currently works as a researcher on SAIIA’s Governance and the APRM programme. His recent publications include Off Track? Findings from South Africa's First APRM Implementation Report and the Common African Political Governance Issues: Lessons from Six Early APRM Reports. Yarik closely follows South African politics, as well as international relations, and Eastern European politics.

Works by this author

Talking Africa-EU relations in the City of Dragons

The African Peer Review Mechanism at 15: Achievements and Aspirations

The APRM at 15: Has African governance come of age?

Balancing Cyber Security and Internet Freedom in Africa

Kenya votes: Kenyatta vs Odinga, Round Two

Lessons From Rwanda: Female Political Representation and Women's Rights

State of Governance in Africa: What Indices Tell Us

A Good Governance Driver: Is the African Peer Review Mechanism up to it?

South Africa's Implementation of the APRM: Making a Difference or Going Through the Motions

Maintaining Momentum? Civil Society and the APRM in Zambia

The African Peer Review Mechanism Ten Years on: How Can it be Strengthened?

APRM and the Media: Getting the Story Right

The OAU/AU at 50 : Democratic Governance as a Precondition for a Sustainable African Future

Common African Political Governance Issues: Lessons from Six Early APRM Reports