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1. A battle against time – and against Putin’s Russia

2. Seeing Tunisia’s Civil Society During Un-civil Times

3. Information Integrity and Information Pollution: Vulnerabilities and Impact on Social Cohesion and Democracy in Mexico

4. Iran’s New Budget Perpetuates Economic Challenges

5. Ten Years of Democratizing Data: Privileging Facts, Refuting Misconceptions and Examining Missed Opportunities

6. The Existential Value of Ukraine’s Freedom

7. WHY DEMOCRACIES AREN’T MORE RELIABLE ALLIANCE PARTNERS

8. Narratives of Civic Duty – A Book Talk by Aram Hur

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

10. European Democracy Support Annual Review 2022

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

12. The INE Debate and the Formation of the Neoliberal Democracy in Mexico

13. El Salvador: Surfing in the “New Land of the Free?”

14. Peru: The Country of Failed Transitions

15. Brasília and Washington

16. European aid to the MENA region after the Arab uprisings: A window of opportunity missed

17. Democratizing International Relations

18. Reflections on Nigeria’s Elections: Threats, potential outcomes and relevance to democracy in West Africa

19. The Democratic Quality of Primaries in Ghana: A Look at the 2020 NPP Internal Party Elections

20. Why Democracies Implement Better Climate Actions: Case Study of India, the Philippines, and Japan

21. Shifting Paradigms: The Rise of the Move Forward Party and the Changing Face of Thai Democracy

22. The Demise of ‘Hybrid’ Democracy in Pakistan: Case of Ex-Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Arrest

23. Recent Defamation Case and Mounting State Onslaughts Against Political Opposition in India

24. Japan’s Gradual Move to Address Technological Challenges to Democracy

25. Upcoming Elections and Political Turmoil in Pakistan

26. Indonesia’s ASEAN Chairmanship: Challenges for Strengthening Democracy Agenda in ASEAN

27. Restoring Democracy in Myanmar: A Call for Bolstered Anti-Junta Resistance Forces

28. Taiwan’s Civic Space Threatened by Chinese Misinformation and the Government’s Worrisome Legislative Responses

29. Expanding International Cooperation against Corruption in the Indo-Pacific

30. The Role of Democracy Discourse in the Emerging "New Cold War"

31. Seeking to undermine democracy and partnerships: How the CCP is influencing the Pacific islands information environment

32. Western Balkans’ Horizon 2023 – New uncertainties in a changed geopolitical setting

33. The Far-Right in the Western Balkans. How the Extreme Right is Threatening Democracy in the Region

34. Balancing Natural Resources and Human and Social Capital: Pathways to Economic Diversification in Mongolia

35. PROCESS TRACING AND PROFESSIONALIZATION OF POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS

36. ELECTORAL BONDS: A PERIL TO DEMOCRACY AND TRANSPARENT ELECTIONS IN INDIA

37. Erdoğan’s Reelection Illustrates the Bleak Future of Turkish Democracy

38. Protecting Democracy Online in 2024 and Beyond

39. The changing dynamics of the G7, G20 and BRICS: Informal multilateral cooperation is increasingly important in an era of strategic competition

40. Cities as global actors: Bringing governance closer to the people

41. Mexico’s domestic decay: Implications for the United States and Europe

42. Europe’s Broken Order and the Prospect of a New Cold War

43. Democracy Promotion After the Iraq War

44. Hegemony, Democracy, and the Legacy of the Iraq War

45. The Jeju 4.3 Attacks Were Not a Democracy Movement

46. Autumn of the patriarch: How to help Tunisians defend their democracy

47. Democratic defence: How Italy can lead the fight against Russian disinformation

48. Los retos de Honduras en materia de inseguridad. El dilema de Xiomara Castro ante el populismo punitivo y de la seguridad.

49. Political Communication in (Post)Conflict Societies. The case of Kosovo

50. Democracy under Threat: How the Personalization of Political Parties Undermines Democracy