CIMA: MEDIA AND CIVIC ENGAGEMENT: FROM PROTESTS TO DIALOGUE

While civil society and the media are often painted primarily as forces of opposition, a growing group of scholars and practitioners makes the case for their vital roles in building dialogue. The World Bank’s World...

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Ivan Krastev writes on popular protests in new issue of the Journal of Democracy

 Washington, DC — The pro-democracy demonstrations in Hong Kong are just the latest in a wave of political protests that has swept the world since late 2010. In “From Politics to Protest,” Ivan Krastev...

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Worth Reading (Sept. 30, 2014): Perspectives on Politics Debates Political Science, Foresight, and Popular Protests

This issue of Worth Reading highlights a symposium featured in the June 2014 Perspectives on Politics. The main article, "Explaining the Unexpected: Political Science and the Surprises of 1989 and 2011" by Marc Morjé Howard and Meir R. Walters, is available

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