The shortlived 2016 cyberattack on the Ukrainian power grid hides a darker truth as new clues show hackers actually aimed for lasting destruction.
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Populism in Britain and America has exposed deep flaws in their constitutional systems, giving cause for them to rethink their fundamentals of governance.
Information technology is changing the face of war and peace, creating a new theater of warfare in cyberspace and new threats to democracy.
Today, I stood in a Moscow court as it sentenced Konstantin Kotov, a 34-year old software engineer, to four years in prison.
Russia’s interference in the 2016 US presidential election shouldn’t have been a total shock. Matt Apuzzo, Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter, tells us why.
The two most venerable English-speaking democracies appear to be following in the footsteps of countries they once sought to inspire.
Unaccompanied children arriving in France’s Alpine region undergo flawed age assessment procedures that deny many access to needed protection.
Italy’s new coalition government, fragile as it may be, presents a chance for the country to move away from migration policies that put lives at risk.
Democracies around the world are combating Russian election interference, report observes. Some countries have dealt with this interference better than.
Polarization is tearing democracies around the world from Brazil, India, and Kenya, to Poland, Turkey, and US. Article looks at how to counter this dynamic.