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Power 3.0 Blog and Podcast
The Forum's blog and podcast explore how authoritarians survive and thrive in the globalized age and how democracies contend 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
Dean Jackson of the International Forum for Democratic Studies spoke with Kelly Born about how the field of disinformation research has grown and where it should go from here.
The July 2020 edition of the Forum newsletter features new content, event recaps, and more.
Melissa Aten of the International Forum spoke with Finance Uncovered’s director, Nick Mathiason, about the organization’s approach to exposing transnational kleptocracy.
Online Event: "Lie Machines: How Disinformation Threatens Democracy and How to Save It"
Online Event: "Compromising the Knowledge Economy:...
12:00 PM- 01:15 PMGlenn Tiffert discussed his report "Compromising the Knowledge Economy: Authoritarian Challenges to Intellectual Inquiry," which explores how authoritarian regimes target the academic, publishing, and think tank sectors of open societies.
Artificial Intelligence and Democratic Norms: Meeting the Authoritarian Challenge
A Sharp Power and Democratic Resilience series report exploring how to establish democratically accountable rules and norms that harness the benefits of artificial intelligence-related technologies, without infringing on fundamental rights and creating technological affordances that could facilitate authoritarian concentration of power.READ MORE
Compromising the Knowledge Economy: Authoritarian Challenges to Independent Intellectual Inquiry
A Sharp Power and Democratic Resilience series report exploring how authoritarians are exploiting unanticipated vulnerabilities in open knowledge economies to challenge free intellectual inquiry from the inside.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 Journal of Democracy's July 2020 issues features articles on authoritarian survival, social media disruption, and much more.READ MORE