March 17, 2023 In Case You Missed It: Last month, the Democracy and Governance (DG) program at Georgetown […]
The list of books from current and former Democracy and Governance students and faculty make for terrific gifts for anyone interested in electoral reform, international development, post-communism, and politics more broadly. We hope you enjoy, and have a lovely holiday season!!
Such is the deathwatch of authorities witnessing details of crimes, ignoring the moral rationale of democracy as it caters to demands of these elites. This is the fragility of democracy.
The Myth of Vladimir Putin’s “De-nazification” special operation in Ukraine: Exposing the “Dark Heritage” of Kyiv’s Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial
The myth of Putin’s supposed “De-nazification in Ukraine” has merely exposed the “Dark Heritage” of Kyiv’s Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial, and the secret ambitions of a Kremlin obsessed with a blinkered vision of Russia’s past.
by Kevin Zapata Celestino Introduction In his work “The Republic,” Plato believed that the ideal state was founded […]
This piece is a summary of the panel on the Prospects for Democracy in Turkey held by CDACS […]
The fragile consensus among much of the international community toward pushing for national elections in Haiti this calendar year is not matched by the political reality on the ground.
The United Kingdom’s decision to leave the European Union, aptly dubbed “Brexit,” carried considerable consequences for the UK, […]
Interview with Dr. Kathleen Smith Introduction and Background The Russian government’s closure of Memorial, a well-respected human rights […]
by Martin Duffy Uzbekistan, a central Asian nation and former Soviet republic, recently went to the polls. There […]