Trump attacked democracy. Will democracy fight back?
Korea faces the same democratic deficits as other countries–polarized opinion, rising populism, pervasive fake news–just when it needs responsive democracy the most.
Forget the deplorables and focus instead on the persuadables.
Far-right state lawmakers say the Constitution gives them the right to stiff voters. Legal experts say that’s bogus.
As a new generation of Phillippines leadership tries to target Walden Bello and accuse him of libel, John Cavanagh explained to Common Dreams why “they picked the wrong person to go after.”
Congressional paralysis, voter suppression, and widespread political polarization all suggest that American democracy is far from exemplary.
Biden is lukewarm about expanding the Supreme Court, and Nancy Pelosi says she won’t schedule a vote on it. Still, Republicans are fuming.
If we don’t expand our democracy now, we might lose it for generations to come.
Donald Trump has been defeated, but American democracy remains in peril. Here’s how we can reverse the trendline.
American democracy is in rough shape. It’s going to take more than this election to set it right.
Trump has put a stop to democracy promotion. Will democracy put a stop to Trump?
Democracy faces a global crisis. And this crisis couldn’t be coming at a worse time.
A closer look at the United States’ founding document reveals a failure to live up to the principles and ideals expressed in it.
The court’s been popping off far-right proclamations like a drunk uncle at Thanksgiving.