Instead of discouraging political activism, liberal intellectuals' desire for morality in politics has kept them involved in the anti-Trump resistance.
The recent referendum campaign in Turkey serves as a reminder of existing polarization.
Keeping track of different demographics' perception of the government is important, but it's not enough to indicate the fall of democracy.
Women are more susceptible to strife during times of civil conflict due to the cultural norms imposed upon them.
The increasing polarization in Israel and prioritization of halakha undermines the democratic state.
Ratings of political interactions can actually have adverse effects on the state of national morale.
While the rest of the developed world is increasingly populist, Japan remains an outlier.
It is impossible to measure the success of democracy with a single metric.
A firsthand account of a populist rally on the University of Memphis campus.
Political opponents need to listen to each other and communicate respectfully for the nation to progress.