Category: digital democracy

Is liberal democratic order fit for purpose in the 21st century?

     

President Joe Biden may be obliged to accept that the days of US co-operation with China are waning and prepare to set about protecting the west’s democracy while there is… Read more »

Can U.S.—EU digital alliance defend democracy from disinformation?

     

The global open internet is splintering as nation-states such as China and Russia wall themselves from the free flow of information while repurposing digital technology to their economic and ideological… Read more »

Internet vs. democracy? Or a democratic vision of digital society?

     

Democracies must recognize that we are in a geopolitical battle over the governance model that will dominate in the 21st century digital context, argues Eileen Donahoe (right), Executive Director of Stanford’s Global… Read more »

Going on the offense against disinformation

     

The intentional use of misleading information to influence societies, or disinformation, presents a serious threat to the integrity of democratic systems, according to analysts Daniel Fried and Alina Polyakova. Authoritarian states… Read more »

Time to unite T-12 of techno-democracies vs. digital authoritarianism

     

China has adopted a proactive and strategic approach to embrace the age of artificial intelligence (AI) as part of a digital technology package that the regime has actively employed not… Read more »

Digital democracy vs techno-authoritarianism: ‘Existential crisis’ for Chinese firms

     

The spread of China’s “techno-authoritarianism,” its pursuit of the “innovation advantage,” and its incompatibility with the liberal democratic model is the focus of a new report. The underlying dynamics and… Read more »