Belarus ‘reminiscent of Ukraine’s Maidan’ – or not even close?

     

  Brotherly people…? Should we then expect “fraternal assistance” from the Kremlin to Belarus? Like the fraternal assistance the Soviet Union provided to Czechoslovakia in 1968? https://t.co/0gSdG5Ll6q — Daniel Fried… Read more »

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How to combat Russia’s disinformation and propaganda ecosystem

     

The Kremlin’s “ecosystem” approach is well-suited to reinforcing Russia’s general aims of questioning the value of democratic institutions, and of weakening the international credibility and international cohesion of the United… Read more »

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Tunisia’s political wrangling: Disarray & dysfunction boosts support for populists

     

  The Tunisian Crisis and Migrations: Myths and Reality https://t.co/MVy9tgKx8X — Democracy Digest (@demdigest) August 13, 2020 A Tunisian populist politician who aligns herself with an ousted dictator has been… Read more »

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A ‘smaller, deeper liberal order’ of democracies would defend core values

     

A new set of assumptions should underpin U.S. foreign policy. Contrary to the optimistic predictions made in the wake of the Soviet Union’s collapse, widespread political liberalization and the growth… Read more »

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