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1. Nigeria’s 2023 Election: Democratic Development and Political Fragmentation

2. European Democracy Support Annual Review 2022

3. Why Does the Global Spyware Industry Continue to Thrive? Trends, Explanations, and Responses

4. Government Internet Shutdowns Are Changing. How Should Citizens and Democracies Respond?

5. How Inequality and Polarization Interact: America’s Challenges Through a South African Lens

6. Why Tunisia’s parliamentary electoral formula needs to be changed

7. From inside and outside: Palestinian youth reshaping old electoral systems

8. Social Policy Expansion and Retrenchment After Latin America’s Commodity Boom

9. Aid’s impact on democracy

10. Position Paper: Municipal elections in the Westbank: a first step towards inclusive democracy.

11. New Policy Papaer : The Consequences of No General Elections in Palestine

12. A Map of Latin America’s Present: An Interview with Héctor Béjar

13. Introducing Third Way’s US-China Digital World Order Initiative

14. An Economic Defense of Multiple Antitrust Goals: Reversing Income Inequality and Promoting Political Democracy

15. The EU Green Deal. A new momentum for democratic governance in the MENA region?

16. The von der Leyen European Commission at midterm: Same priorities, different reality

17. Leaving Stabilocracy Behind – Rethinking the French Approach to the Western Balkans

18. Covidocracy in the Election Process – An Analysis of the Pandemic Narrative Serving the State Capture

19. AI Startups and the Fight Against Mis/Disinformation Online: An Update

20. AI Audit-Washing and Accountability

21. The impact of the quota system on women parliamentary representation in Morocco: A series of reforms or a regressive path?

22. Why Elections Won’t Happen in Libya

23. When American progressives lose direction, an Israeli compass is needed

24. International Democracy Promotion in Times of Autocratization: From Supporting to Protecting Democracy

25. Only game in town? Inequality and demand for democracy in Africa – a micro perspective

26. Five Strategies to Support U.S. Democracy

27. Understanding and Responding to Global Democratic Backsliding

28. The Hong Kong National Security Law and its Implications for Middle Powers

29. E-Government and Democracy in Botswana: Jana Bante Felix Helmig Lara Prasad Lea Deborah Scheu Jean Christoph Seipel Helge Senkpiel Markus Geray Armin von Schiller David Sebudubudu Sebastian Ziaja Observational and Experimental Evidence on the Effects of E-Government Usage on Political Attitudes

30. Fake Civil Society: The Rise of Pro-Government NGOs in Nigeria

31. Navigating the Democracy-Security Dilemma in U.S. Foreign Policy: Lessons from Egypt, India, and Turkey

32. Public Administration in the era of Covid-19: Policy Responses and Reforms underway

33. The Role of Petitions in Strengthening Citizens’ Participation in Morocco: Stakes and Outcomes

34. Hirak and Feminism: An equation with two unknowns

35. Constitutional or Unconstitutional: Is That the Question?

36. Has Tunisia’s Democracy Failed to Convince its Youth? The Slow-Going of Democratic Socialization

37. The “New Algeria” Parliament and the Illusion of Change from Within

38. National Policy Space: Reframing the Political Economy of Globalization and Its Implications for National Sovereignty and Democracy

39. Cross-Country Evidence on the Determinants of Preferences for Redistribution

40. Trump's Attack on American Democracy: Towards a New Model of Electoral Manipulation in an Established Democratic Republic

41. Russia’s Nationalities Policy before and after the 2020 Constitutional Amendments: Is the “Ethnic Turn” Continuing?

42. Iraq’s New Electoral Law: Old Powers Adapting to Change

43. Partisanship in a young democracy: Evidence from Ghana

44. Can a Machine Learn Democracy?

45. Tunisian Democracy 10 Years after the Revolution: A Tale of Two Experiences

46. The OSCE as Sisyphus: Mediation, Peace Operations, Human Rights

47. Economic Conditions and the Rise of Anti-Democratic Extremism

48. What Is So Foreign About Foreign Influence Operations?

49. How Middle-Power Democracies Can Help Renovate Global Democracy Support

50. Estimating the Effect of Christian Messages on Civic Engagement: Evidence from a Community-Collaborative Study in Zambia

51. Violence in Post-Revolutionary Mexico

52. Toxic Conflict: Understanding Venezuela's Economic Collapse

53. Paraguay's Compliance With The Inter-American Human Rights System

54. The Limits of Democracy

55. Is Somaliland the Symbol of Democracy in the Horn of Africa?

56. Is Cameroon a Police State? All About the Use of Administrative Custody

57. E-Democracy In Africa: Issues, Challenges and Perspectives

58. Unconstitutional Populism: A Peril to Democracy In Sub-Saharan Africa?

59. A Return to Constitutional Order and Democratic Governance in Chad: Is the African Union Not Crawling?

60. Mali and the Challenges of Democratic Rule: Implications for Continental Democracy

61. Zuma Goes to Jail: Implications for Rule of Law, Democracy, and Governance in South Africa

62. Resisting the Call of Nativism: What U.S. Political Parties Can Learn From Other Democracies

63. Beyond a Single Model: Explaining Differences in Inequality within Latin America

64. A Glimpse of Freedom: Allied Occupation and Political Resistance in East Germany

65. How ‘demos’ met ‘cracy’: debt, inequality, money

66. Taiwan's 2020 Election and Its Implications for the New Southbound Policy

67. The Impact of COVID-19 on Democratic Elections in Africa

68. Syrian People’s Council Elections 2020: The Regime’s Social Base Contracts

69. Domestic and International (Dis)Order: A Strategic Response

70. Europe in a Multipolar World

71. The Economics and Politics of Social Democracy: A Reconsideration

72. Democratic Change and Urbanisation in the Aftermath of the Arab Revolts: Euro-Mediterranean Cultural Cooperation in Local Urban Development in Morocco and Tunisia

73. How Tunisia’s En-Nahda crafts Islamist politics: From programmatic failure to neo-Islamist framing

74. Detecting the Ideological Position of Political Islam Towards Liberal Democracy in Muslim Countries

75. Sudan: Have the Juba and Addis Ababa Agreements Untangled the Dichotomy between Religion and the State?

76. From Industrial Citizenship to Private Ordering? Contract, Status, and the Question of Consent.

77. Party footprints in Africa: Measuring local party presence across the continent

78. Parliamentary Oversight of Constitutional Bodies in the Maldives

79. How Much Can the U.S. Congress Resist Political Money? A Quantitative Assessment

80. What the EU Should Do for Democracy Support in Africa: Ten Proposals for a New Strategic Initiative in Times of Polarisation

81. Emergency Powers, COVID-19 and the New Challenge for Human Rights

82. Reinventing Transatlantic Relations on Climate, Democracy, and Technology

83. Effects of US Foreign Assistance on Democracy Building, 1990–2014: An Update

84. The Emergence of Democracy in Colombia

85. The Denial of Identity Cards to Islamic State Affiliates: a Recipe for Renewed Radicalisation?

86. Theories of Democratic Change Phase III: Transitions from Conflict

87. Conceptualising Differentiated Integration: Governance, Effectiveness and Legitimacy

88. Alternative Directions for Israeli Foreign Policy on the Eve of an Election Year

89. Democracy and Foreign Policy in Israel

90. Is there an anti-politics of electricity? Access to the grid and reduced political participation in Africa

91. Is China Challenging the Global State of Democracy?

92. Toward a New EU Democracy Strategy

93. Late to the Party: Russia’s Return to Africa

94. Six Ideas for Rejuvenating European Democracy

95. Climate Politics in a Fragmented Europe

96. Election Risk Monitor: Canada

97. Reforming Investor-State Arbitration by Recourse to the Domestic Courts of Host States

98. What Drives Religious Politicking?

99. Shared Class as an Electoral Heuristic in Brazil’s Local Elections

100. Tyrannies of Majorities: A Conceptual Reassessment