Articles by Angelo Vito Panaro

01 2022

Recent protests in Kazakhstan expose the fragility of the autocratic regime

Angelo Vito Panaro
Unprecedented anti-government protests spread across Kazakhstan in January 2022, andwere only quelled through a military solution. Angelo Vito Panaro argues that, despite the outcome, the protests expose the inherent fragility of the autocratic regime and the strength of public support for a democratic alternative
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11 2020

Trump exploited social media platforms to question the election outcome. Their swift response has helped safeguard American democracy

Angelo Vito Panaro
The American presidential elections, and the refusal of President Trump to recognise the result on the basis of unsubstantiated claims of electoral fraud have resulted in the social media platforms, Twitter and Facebook, taking unprecedented initiatives against misinformation and false accusations, thus helping to safeguard American democracy, writes Angelo Vito Panaro
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Angelo Vito Panaro
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Social and Political Sciences, University of Milan

Angelo's research interests include democratisation studies, authoritarian politics, comparative welfare state and social policy analysis.

He received his PhD in Political Science from Scuola Normale Superiore in 2021, and currently works as a researcher for the EUROSHIP Project.

He tweets @AngeloVPanaro

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