Tag: G. John Ikenberry

Democratic malaise ‘a byproduct of liberal world order’s success’?

     

It is easy to view developments over the last few years as a rebuke to the theory of liberalism and as a sign of the eclipse of liberal democracies and… Read more »

Anti-democratic forces have ‘no alternative to a liberal international order’

     

Despite the threat posed to democracy by various forms of populism and authoritarianism, “there is simply no grand ideological alternative to a liberal international order,” argues Princeton University’s G. John… Read more »

To defend liberal order, democracy’s champions must act with more conviction

     

It has been another bad week for liberal democracy, the Brookings Institution’s William A. Galston (left) writes for the Wall Street Journal: In France a late surge by Jean-Luc Mélenchon… Read more »