Category: Democracy and foreign policy

Post-Ukraine ‘new historical era’ could launch fresh democratic wave, if……

     

A “long twilight struggle” between democracy and communism  required Americans to bear fresh burdens, John F. Kennedy said in his 1961 inauguration speech. Two years later, Hannah Arendt stated in… Read more »

Exporting autocracy: China the ‘biggest threat to democracy’ since WWII?

     

A senior US intelligence official has labeled China the biggest threat to democracy and freedom worldwide since the Second World War, saying it was set on global domination. “The intelligence… Read more »

How to give democracies a strategic advantage

     

With democracy backsliding and authoritarian countries flexing their muscles, the United States should accelerate efforts to help established democracies succeed and assist states undergoing democratic transitions, says a new analysis…. Read more »