As mass protests grow, autocrats are on the defensive – but democracy’s destiny depends on leaders delivering [concrete] results.
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The upheaval in Kazakhstan…offers larger lessons about autocracies writ large and the notion of democracy vs. autocracy.
In the midst of intense repression, Bahraini protestors honored the tenth anniversary of the 2011 pro-democracy uprisings.
Although the full impact of December’s Summit for Democracy remains unclear, the gathering did serve at least two purposes.
After two independent media outlets shut down in Hong Kong in recent weeks, journalists speak of witnessing the end of an era.
Tiktok, a social media platform designed as a mixture of Instagram and Snapchat, has become the prime avenue for political messaging.
It’s easy to worried about the future of systems based on liberty and political action in light of the disruptive effects of new technology.
Myanmar’s opposition has harshly criticized the leader of Cambodia, Prime Minister Hun Sen, for attempting to legitimize the ruling junta.
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Internet blackouts, social media shutdowns, and bandwidth-throttling by governments cost the global economy $5.5 billion in 2021.