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Belarus is in an unprecedented political crisis with no resolution in sight

November 17, 2020

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

November 11, 2020

Coronavirus fatigue is the biggest threat to Germany’s success story in this pandemic

November 9, 2020

Social media may be the cure for ailing democracies: Nigeria’s #EndSARS revolution

November 2, 2020

Voting once or voting twice? The case for double referendums

October 1, 2020
October 1, 2020

A cocktail of Brexit and Covid-19 could yet be decisive for the achievement of Scottish independence

Stuart A Brown Scottish independence voters in the 2014 referendum refused to accept the UK government’s position that this was a ‘once in a generation’ opportunity. Six years on and a second referendum is back on the agenda, writes Stuart Brown Read more
September 30, 2020

How suppression in the workplace can affect political participation

Bram Geurkink Workplaces can be an important training ground for democratic behaviour and attitudes – but many are ruled by suppressive supervisors. Bram Geurkink, Agnes Akkerman and Roderick Sluiter argue that suppressing workers from voicing their concerns can have lasting effects on the democratic societies of which they are a part Read more

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