Populism - Why Now?
Anger over economic stagnation and social change are driving people to vote in anger, and in protest, argues Yascha Mounk.
Democracy on the Edge?
Bernard-Henri Levy argues that democracies can, in fact, die and that modern political attitudes, and technology, are fueling democratic decline.
Le Carré’s Warning to The West
Author and former intelligence officer John le Carré recently compared modern political sentiments to the rise of fascism in the 1930s. Kori Schake responds.
2017 America is Not 1938 Germany
Kori Schake and Bernard-Henri Levy debate the strength, and fragility, of democratic states throughout history and in modern times.
Democracy Is Robust, Not Fragile
Is democracy a natural state of humanity? Or are we destined for autocracy? Clive Crook weighs in.
Will American Elections Stand?
Clive Crook questions whether or not Donald Trump will accept the results of upcoming American elections and what that would mean for the U.S.
Are We Sliding Into Fascism?
Will threats to democracy be obvious? Or could society slowly descend into authoritarianism? Yascha Mounk and Clive Crook debate.
Unrest in Catalonia
Should we see violence in Catalonia as a warning of things to come in the West? Yascha Mounk dives in.
Democratic Institutions in the Trump Era
Are American checks and balances working? Or is partisanship and division holding government hostage?