Articles in politics tagged with democracy

Celina Su

Cities must empower historically marginalized communities to shape how public funds are spent.

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David McDermott Hughes

Sunlight-friendly architecture could heat and illuminate buildings without expending any electricity.

Ruth Berins Collier Jake Grumbach

The threat to American democracy springs, most fundamentally, from the social fragmentation wrought by a post-industrial economy.

Henry Farrell Glen Weyl

New tools and technology policy might help, but politics come first.

Kevin M. Lerner

Public interest journalism may not be salvageable. But more than being saved, it needs to be radically rethought.

Macabe Keliher

Founded a century ago, the Chinese Communist Party has repeatedly defied predictions of its demise. Today it retains popular support by selectively repressing and responding to social demands.

Raj Patel

They are fighting in a global war over the future of agriculture. Modi is chocking the debate.

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Adam Przeworski

Leaders of the left abandoned the language of transformation in the 1980s—at a cost. Can it be regained?

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Bernard E. Harcourt

The Republican Party has become a white nationalist party. If old fashioned politics can’t change that, we must consider alternatives.

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Archon Fung

Unless we bolster its foundations, our enfeebled democracy won’t be able to solve any of the daunting problems Biden has singled out as priorities.