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Trump’s acquittal reminds us that we are still very much living in the post-truth age

February 24, 2021

Alive but not well: it’s a hard life for Myanmar’s democracy

February 18, 2021

How the mobilisation of the politically disaffected works to the advantage of right-wing populist parties

February 11, 2021

Now it’s Draghi’s turn: once again Italy resorts to a technician to solve its problems

February 5, 2021

How national politicians in Europe care about European citizens – and why this matters now more than ever

February 2, 2021
January 29, 2021

Joe Biden will balance security interests and the rule of law in Central and Eastern Europe

Veronica Anghel Under the Biden administration, the EU stands to have an ally against authoritarian tendencies in some Central and Eastern European countries writes Veronica Anghel. But US involvement will not be transformative Read more
January 26, 2021

The so-called crisis of political parties is, in fact, evidence of their adaption. Here's why

Elisa Volpi Political distrust and reduced party identification suggest that political parties are in crisis. Elisa Volpi argues that parties are not in terminal decline, but undergoing a process of adaptation Read more
January 25, 2021

The Arab uprisings ten years on: the EU must change its policy of neglect

Maria Gloria Polimeno The EU has failed to support democracy and political change in the Middle East and North Africa. Maria Gloria Polimeno argues for a more inclusivist social approach, along with radically revised foreign policy Read more
January 19, 2021

Clientelism – another reason to worry about US democracy

Rachel Gisselquist The last several months have given us many reasons to worry about US democracy – not least the riot at the US Capitol and the president’s refusal to accept the results of the November election, with Republican support. Rachel Gisselquist argues that clientelism is yet another reason to worry Read more
December 3, 2020

Are we witnessing the end of ethnic parties in Lithuania?

Kiryl Kascian In Lithuania's recent parliamentary election, the party claiming to represent the interests of Polish and other minorities failed to reach the electoral threshold. As Kiryl Kascian writes, this could bring an end to the representation of minorities in Lithuanian politics Read more

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