Curbing Authoritarian Influence in Europe: A Conversation with Andrea Kendall-Taylor Curbing Authoritarian Influence in Europe: A Conversation with Andrea Kendall-Taylor
Curbing Authoritarian Influence in Europe: A Conversation with Andrea Kendall-Taylor
March 5, 2019
In this episode, featured guest Andrea Kendall-Taylor reflects on the shifting landscape for democratic governance in Europe and assesses the impact of Russia and China’s authoritarian influence as they converge with one another and with other illiberal actors around the region. Andrea Kendall-Taylo ...
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The Intersection of Globalization and Polarization: A Conversation with Moisés Naím The Intersection of Globalization and Polarization: A Conversation with Moisés Naím
The Intersection of Globalization and Polarization: A Conversation with Moisés Naím
February 20, 2019
In this episode, featured guest Moisés Naím discusses how illiberal political actors and authoritarian regimes are leveraging the increasingly complex globalized information space to exploit societal cleavages created by political polarization, employing a problematic mix of media manipulation and d ...
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Social Media and Democracy: Three Painful Truths Social Media and Democracy: Three Painful Truths
Social Media and Democracy: Three Painful Truths
February 7, 2019
By Ronald J. Deibert Once it was conventional wisdom to assume that social media would enable greater access to information, facilitate collective organizing, and empower civil society. Now, these platforms are seen as contributing to society’s ills. Increasingly, scholars and the public at large ar ...
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Democracy and the Illiberal Temptation: A Conversation with Marc Plattner Democracy and the Illiberal Temptation: A Conversation with Marc Plattner
Democracy and the Illiberal Temptation: A Conversation with Marc Plattner
February 5, 2019
In this episode, featured guest Marc F. Plattner discusses the convergence of interests between elected populist leaders and resurgent authoritarians and the ways these actors are exploiting the crisis of confidence in political parties evident in a growing number of democracies to undermine democra ...
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