How resilient is democracy?

     

In his book, Can Democracy Work? A Short History of a Radical Idea, From Ancient Athens to Our World, James Miller shows that democracy’s ascent is best seen not as… Read more »

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Africa’s democratization since 1990: continuity in change?

     

A wave of democratization swept over the African continent in the 1990s. Has it made a difference in the welfare of individuals in sub-Saharan African nations? And why hasn’t the… Read more »

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Resilience and renewal: time to update democracy?

     

At the 22nd edition of the Forum 2000 that was held in early October in Prague it was clear that democracy defenders from around the world are increasingly uneasy, writes analyst Andreas… Read more »

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Deep Fakes: ‘disinformation on steroids’

     

Deep fakes are a profoundly serious problem for democratic governments and the world order, according to Robert Chesney of the University of Texas School of Law, and Danielle K. Citron… Read more »

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