According to new research, democratically elected leaders have more appealing and warmer looks than authoritarian leaders.
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This Democracy Culture archive combines interesting culture, lifestyle, celebrities, weird news, and humor related to democracy. Democracy is a part of nature itself, a way of group decision making that is revolutionary in its application to political power. Democracy exists as part of our culture and is reflected in surprising ways throughout. These stories highlight the many expressions of democracy in everyday life. Also see our Political Art section.
A little known aspect of India’s history is its long-established democratic tradition. Ancient Indians even decoded the mathematics of democracy.
Sprinter Krystsina Tsimanouskaya posted a short video on social media requesting the IOC to help her avoid returning to Belarus.
Florida’s governor, Ron DeSantis (R), proposed internet transmission to Cuba via high-altitude balloons when it is blocked by government.
Since 2014, the simple brolly has been an emblem of Hong Kong’s pro-democracy protests, first used as a method of speech.
Female vampire bats establish an egalitarian community within a roost rather than a society based on a clear hierarchy of dominance.
Given the importance of what political science studies, from democratization to genocide, a false concept escaping might be dangerous.
From being called a tech laggard, the Library of Congress is now bringing history to US residents in more and more imaginative ways.
Posts about the “political outgroup” get twice as many shares on social media as posts on people, ideas within one’s own political tribe.
The modest pollock was on top for a few glory hours. In an online mock election for favorite Alaska seafood, it came out on top.