Category: Democratic institutions

Resilience neutralizing Kremlin plot to dismantle democracy

     

Read @apolyakova on the threat to U.S. elections posed by disinformation and conspiracy theories emanating not just from Russia but also from China, Iran, Venezuela, and beyond:https://t.co/wkta5xoHhn — Foreign Affairs… Read more »

Transition time: From democratic decay & breakdown to innovation & renewal?

     

There has never been a more appropriate and urgent occasion to celebrate International Democracy Day, say advocates and analysts. On 25 June the joint Letter to Defend Democracy was issued… Read more »

China waging global ‘hybrid war’: Beijing’s mass surveillance for secrets and scandal

     

The personal details of millions of people around the world have been swept up in a database compiled by a Chinese tech company with reported links to the country’s military… Read more »

Building narratives for democratic renewal

     

Join @gmfus @IRIglobal @NDI and @USAIDEurope to discuss the critical role the next generation will play in advancing democracy in Europe and Eurasia with members of @WeAreEDYN. Register here: https://t.co/VKagiFcBJL… Read more »

Democratic resilience demands tackling disinformation

     

  For @NewYorker, I surveyed the world of Russian trolls, disinfo, and active measures: such threats exist, but to “exaggerate their prevalence and potency” risks providing “an overly convenient explanation… Read more »

‘Reliably unreliable’? Foreign policy’s lost generation

     

This century’s international setbacks have led many Americans to question the most basic tenets of modern foreign policy, including the value of alliances, the promotion of democracy, the benefits of… Read more »

Has technology’s democratic promise been irretrievably lost?

     

Has the democratic promise of technology been irretrievably lost? The short answer: not yet. But the new era is marked by struggles on multiple fronts. https://t.co/aXOrILbJwU via @CarnegieEndow — Democracy… Read more »