Levitsky and Ziblatt present what appears to be a transparent strategy to protect a democracy. We the people, and actors in appointed positions have the power to essentially control who exits and enters our government. This test, known hereinafter as the “Litmus Test”, presents a strategy to ...
Over a year later, and the people of Puerto Rico are still "powerless".
An analysis of Donald Trump's attempt to be a populist leader, and the negative repercussions for American democracy
Using fear and party preference to vote for a man who was so controversial and unfit to lead is not the signs of a sound democracy but rather the erosion of it.
I think nationalism that's prevalent in Finland will push for more legislation to curb the rapid pace of immigration.
Recently, South Korea and North Korea have been making reconciliations in attempt to reunite the countries, but is South Korea willing to risk democracy to successfully unite?