Carnegie’s new Global Protest Tracker reveals the nuances overlooked by many common theories about the recent wave of demonstrations around the world.
A one-stop source for following crucial trends in the most significant antigovernment protests worldwide since 2017.
The COVID-19 pandemic is worsening, aggravating and accelerating pre-existing political conditions.
The cancer on Hungarian democracy preceded the virus, and we did too little to try to stop it sooner.
The nation-wide lockdown was a sudden decision announced by the Prime Minister. It has huge implications for society, the poor in particular.
The coronavirus doesn’t care about borders, geopolitics, or any other man-made obstacles to cooperation.
The United States should be the convening authority and coordinator of a response to a global threat now taking the lives of its own citizens.
Women’s political participation is not only a human right, but also key for sustainable development and a thriving democracy.
Women around the world face especially high hurdles to participating in political parties. But political transitions are moments to break patterns of exclusion. Why do some parties that form in these transitional periods establish rules and norms that promote women’s participation, while others do not?
Can the World Health Organization (WHO) be better than the member states of the United Nations that ultimately have a considerable say on its operations?