A Blueprint for Countering Authoritarian Interference

     

The Russian government’s interference in the U.S. presidential election in 2016 and malign influence operations across the transatlantic community over the past decade have revealed vulnerabilities in democratic governments and… Read more »

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Is Nigeria’s democracy fragile ahead of 2019 elections?

     

Is Nigeria’s democracy increasingly fragile or does it give grounds for optimism? Nigeria is the sixth largest electoral democracy in the world, and 2019 will mark 20 years since the… Read more »

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Mexico’s maverick populist may “corrode democracy from within”?

     

Sick of corruption and violence will Mexico’s voters embrace the maverick leftist Andrés Manuel López Obrador (left), popularly known as AMLO? Jon Lee Anderson asks in the New Yorker. Historian… Read more »

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Bosnia-Herzegovina’s citizens vulnerable to outside influence

     

Bosnia and Herzegovina’s citizens are deeply pessimistic and vulnerable to external influence, according to a new national poll by the International Republican Institute’s Center for Insights in Survey Research. Some… Read more »

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