It's moved from the sphere of chest thumping into the sphere of reality, and it's affecting election workers, volunteer poll workers, school boards, you know, really the kind of warp and weft of our democratic system.
Xiomara Castro faces an uphill battle to deliver change—but she might be the region’s best hope.
Where states and localities cannot uphold the sanctity of elections and accountability for threats, the federal government needs to clearly show the public that it will uphold the rule of law.
International attention has been trained this week on Ukraine, where fears of an imminent outbreak of conflict have many observers worrying about the future of multilateralism in a period of strategic competition between the U.S., Russia and China.
In 2021, the EU and members states put in place new policies and processes aimed at supporting democracy. This Annual Review summarizes how and where Europe is directing these funds, and what are the impacts.
The United States’ democracy is being threatened by increasingly polarized politics. Other countries’ histories offer warnings and suggest possible solutions.
Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine has been slow to land in Nigeria. To explain why Russia’s vaccine diplomacy fell short, these domestic factors in Nigeria need to be taken into account.
Concrete action is the only way Biden can turn back the illiberal tide.
Sometimes backward motion on democracy in a country affects our hard interests. It's not just a values issue, it affects our hard interests
For the first time since Brazil transitioned to democracy in the late 1980s, a cloud of uncertainty is hovering over the upcoming presidential election in the world’s fifth-largest democracy.