The closing space of democracy
Open Democracy 27.11.2017
Is democracy in a worldwide decline? Nope. Here’s our data.
The Washington Post 15.11.2017
How resilient is democracy?
Democracy Digest 13.11.2017
Globally, broad support for democracy, but many endorse nondemocratic alternatives
Democracy Digest 16.10.2017
Pluralist democracies have soft power advantage, says research
Democracy Digest 11.10.2017
How to confront growing authoritarian threats to democracy
Democracy Digest 10.10.2017
Community of Democracies needed now more than ever
Democracy Digest 26.9.2017
Defending Democracy: When Do Parliaments Protect Political Space
Westminster Foundation for Democracy 26.9.2017
Can democracy alone deliver prosperity and stability?
Open Democracy 21.9.2017
Why We Need Political Parties
Democracy Digest 19.9.2017
Democracy in Asia: A Glass Half Full or Half Empty?
The Diplomat 15.9.2017
An Era of Authoritarian Influence?
Foreign Affairs 15.9.2017
Is democracy good for peace?
The Washington Post 15.9.2017
How to stall the global democracy retreat
Democracy Digest 7.9.2017
Asian democrats can help fill vacuum on democratic renewal
Democracy Digest 14.8.2017
Democracy in danger
The World Weekly 10.8.2017
Freedom House 15.6.2017
Democracy Digest 15.6.2017
Development and governance key to national security
Democracy Digest 13.6.2017
Democracies must not fall for terrorism’s ‘strategy of provocation’
Democracy Digest 7.6.2017
‘Principled realism’ sacrificing human rights, democracy in ‘value-neutral transactions’?
Democracy Digest 25.5.2017
African democracy: supply and demand at a tipping point?
Democracy Digest 16.5.2017
Advancing democracy the antidote to populist wave – Condoleezza Rice
Democracy Digest 15.5.2017
What Trump’s foreign aid cuts would mean for global democracy
The Conversation 10.4.2017
How political populism has taken root
Democracy Digest 20.3.2017
Is this the end of America’s role as a defender of freedom?
The Washington Post 20.3.2017
What Africans think of elections
Democracy Digest 10.3.2017
The third counter-wave to democracy and liberalism. What’s next?
Democracy Digest 8.3.2017
Promoting democracy at home and abroad
Policy Options 7.3.2017
What Is a Populist?
The Atlantic 27.2.2017
Is populism the biggest menace to democracy?
Democracy Digest 27.2.2017
‘Historic decision’ in Nepal’s transition to democracy
Democracy Digest 22.2.2017
How democratic backsliding happens
Democracy Digest 21.2.2017
Democracy Promotion Is Smart Security Policy
The National Interest 16.2.2017
Why the rise of authoritarianism is a global catastrophe
The Washington Post 13.2.2017
Declining trust in government is denting democracy
The Economist 25.1.2017
Populism doesn’t cure corruption, says TI
Democracy Digest 25.1.2017
Dear Trump: Defending democracy is no vice
The Washington Post 17.1.2017
The Emergence of a Post-Fact World
Project Syndicate 12.1.2017
Democracies in a new global competition of ideas
Democracy Digest 6.1.2017
How to Support Democracy in the Arab World
Council on Foreign Relations 13.12.2016
Who will support democracy now?
Open Democracy 12.12.2016
No, people really aren’t turning away from democracy
The Washington Post 9.12.2016
It’s the Globalization, Stupid
Foreign Policy 6.12.2016
How Stable Are Democracies? ‘Warning Signs Are Flashing Red’
The New York Times 29.11.2016
The End of Identity Liberalism
The New York Times 18.11.2016
Thinking harder: how we could do referendums differently
Democratic Audit UK 14.11.2016
Waves of Authoritarianism
History Today 9.11.2016
Repression without Borders: The Long Arm of Authoritarian Regimes
Democracy Digest 7.11.2016
NPR Special: Is Populism Undermining Western Democracy?
NPR Berlin 26.10.2016
What holds a democracy together – political parties, or the party system itself?
Democratic Audit UK 19.10.2016
It Could Happen Here
The Atlantic 19.10.2016
Next steps in the democracy argument
Open Democracy 18.10.2016
Votes Without Violence
Democracy Digest 23.9.2016
Jordan election a ‘small step toward democratic reform’
Democracy Digest 19.9.2016
Overlapping Effects of Autocracy and Conflict in Africa
Africa Center for Strategic Studies 15.9.2016
Africa’s fragile democracies
The Economist 20.8.2016
The global democratic recession
The Financial Times 8.8.2016
What makes governments resistant to coups? Transparency with voters.
The Washington Post 5.8.2016
No nationalism, no democracy?
Democracy Digest 2.8.2016
The Long Road for Rising Democracies and Democracy Support
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace 12.7.2016
First, They Came for the Experts
Foreign Policy 7.7.2016
Making democracy work in Central and Eastern Europe
Democracy Digest 30.6.2016
Peru rejected Keiko Fujimori, but most new democracies vote authoritarian parties back into office.
The Washington Post 16.6.2016
Africa’s Democratic Hurdles
Democracy Digest 9.6.2016
Tunisia: From Political Islam to Muslim Democracy?
Democracy Digest 9.6.2016
Western Paralysis and Retreat Threatens Democratic Progress
World Affairs Journal 1.6.2016
How Tunisia’s Ennahda party turned from its Islamist roots
The Washington Post 23.5.2016
What is the Arabic for democracy?
Democracy Digest 13.5.2016
Islam and democracy after the Arab Spring
Democracy Digest 22.4.2016
Non-Western Ideas for Democratic Renewal
Carnegie Europe 21.4.2016
Young Arabs reject ISIS, favor stability over democracy
Democracy Digest 12.4.2016
Are ‘democracy’ and ‘human rights’ Western colonial exports? No. Here’s why.
The Washington Post 2.4.2016
Europe Still Looking Backward at Its Southern Neighbors
Carnegie Europe 30.3.2016
Is global democracy in trouble? Or does it just feel like it?
Public Radio International 11.3.2016
Europe’s Illiberal Democracies
The New York Times 9.3.2016
Democracy in African countries: five myths explored
The Guardian 25.2.2016
Is the international liberal order dying? These five countries will decide
Fukuyama: ‘Putinism,’ Radical Islam No Alternative To Liberal Democracy
Radio Free Europe 1.2.2016
Freedom in the World 2016
Freedom House 27.1.2016
Look Homeward, Democracy Promoter
Foreign Policy 27.1.2016
Democracy Index 2015
Economist Intelligence Unit 22.1.2016
Free and fair elections attract investment, no matter who’s elected. Here’s why.
The Washington Post 8.1.2016