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LGBTQ vote can keep far-right forces at bay in the forthcoming EP election

May 21, 2024

♟️Pakistan elections: perpetual instability in a military-controlled democracy

May 20, 2024

♟️ Russia’s mercenaries are bolstering autocratic regimes in the Sahel

May 13, 2024

The democratic legitimacy of the European Union

May 9, 2024

🌊 Czech coat and Slovak cassock in illiberal movements

May 3, 2024
April 24, 2024

🌊 What Afghanistan can tell us about illiberalism

Marzia Saramad On 15 August 2021, Marzia Saramad was working for UNICEF in the Afghan capital, Kabul, when the Taliban seized control. Here, she explains Afghanistan's relevance to the global illiberal agenda Read more
April 19, 2024

🌊 Media control is key to Orbán’s anti-gender discourse success

Diana Maria Prisecaru Since 2010, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has been slowly dismantling the country's independent media until there is only voice left: his own. Diana Maria Prisecaru argues that thirteen years of carefully crafted messages has gifted Orbán the grassroots movement he always wanted Read more
April 9, 2024

Young democracy clashed with authoritarian legacies in Indonesia – and it lost

Iqra Anugrah In Indonesia's most recent presidential elections, voters elected an authoritarian strongman. Iqra Anugrah explains that the recent illiberal direction of Indonesian democracy has its roots in the authoritarian legacy of a political figure from the last century: the charismatic, Machiavellian and hugely influential Ali Moertopo Read more
April 8, 2024

🌊 How illiberalism threatens the urban freedoms of women and marginalised groups

Cătălina Frâncu In recent decades, real progress has been made to inclusivity in urban policies and in access to urban spaces. Cătălina Frâncu warns these gains are now under threat. Here, she explores the impact of illiberalism on the exclusion of women and marginalised groups from urban public spaces Read more
April 5, 2024

🦋 Critical Theory after Houellebecq

Shivdeep Grewal Feelings are relevant to the study of democracy. Yet they prove difficult to encapsulate. Delving into the worlds of Michel Houellebecq, Jürgen Habermas and Emmanuel Macron, Shivdeep Grewal suggests an ‘experiential’ approach Read more

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