Tag: #NationalEndowmentforDemocracy(NED)

‘We are between epochs’ – democracy must adapt

     

  ‘A Dictatorship Is Being Created’: An Interview with Lech Wałęsa https://t.co/U6rrtpxhQL via @nybooks — Democracy Digest (@demdigest) September 3, 2020 The current democratic crisis demonstrates that “we are between… Read more »

Advancing democracy a casualty of great-power competition?

     

The United States should be wary of waging a long-term ideological competition that pits democracy against authoritarianism, argue Elbridge Colby and Wess Mitchell, founders of the Marathon Initiative, a new… Read more »

Democratic innovation key to strategy for shaping post-COVID world

     

While a recent global initiative cautioned that autocrats are exploiting the pandemic to erode democratic values and institutions, COVID-19 may yet allow the “re-imagining and strengthening of democracy” through innovative… Read more »

Defending against the weaponization of corruption

     

  Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is facing one of the worst coronavirus epidemics in the world, an ongoing corruption investigation, and a procession of ministers deserting his cabinet. To top… Read more »

Civil society sources of Ukraine’s resilience

     

Ukraine is a front-line state in the struggle between European rule-based order and Russian kleptocratic autocracy. Since the Euromaidan Revolution in 2013–14, Russia has deployed a range of measures –… Read more »