Corrosive capital erodes transparency & builds barriers to more transparent and constructive capital, writes @eric_hontz @CIPEglobal. Read his Power 3.0 blog post on the effects of foreign direct investment flowing from China & Russia into Central Asia https://t.co/fTCrtADqrk https://t.co/lHQXXq8NTr
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The Forum's blog explores how authoritarians survive and thrive in the globalized age and how democracies content with this challenge.
A selection of resources from the International Forum for Democratic Studies.
Major themes explored by the Forum include authoritarian influence, transnational kleptocracy, the information space, and democracy and civil society.
The Network of Democracy Research Institutes (NDRI) is a global network of think tanks that focus on democratization.
LATEST Forum NEWS
The International Forum for Democratic Studies asked five leading experts their opinion on the single biggest challenge to good governance in sub-Saharan Africa.
The July 2019 issue of the Journal of Democracy features a cluster of six articles examining recent political trends in sub-Saharan Africa.
The Road to Digital Unfreedom
To Catch A Kleptocrat: Lessons Learned from the Biens Mal Acquis Trials in France
An International Forum working paper on transnational kleptocracy and lessons learned from the Biens Mal Acquis trials in France, written by Tutu Alicante.READ MORE
Pushing on an Open Door: Foreign Authoritarian Influence in the Western Balkans
An International Forum working paper on foreign authoritarian influence from China, Russia, Turkey, and the Gulf States in the Western Balkans media sphere, written by Kurt Bassuener.READ MORE
Sharp Power: Rising Authoritarian Influence
Case studies in four young democracies examine how authoritarian governments are leveraging and repurposing traditional "soft power" tools into corrosive "sharp power."READ MORE
Journal of Democracy
The July 2019 issue of the Journal of Democracy features a set of 6 articles examining recent political trends in sub-Saharan Africa.READ MORE