Democracy and Its Enemies
Poland's Electoral Inquisition
Poland's Electoral InquisitionSławomir Sierakowski decries a new law designed to disqualify opposition candidates from running in this year's general election.
The Lost Liberal Legal Imagination
The Lost Liberal Legal ImaginationNicholas Reed Langen considers the complicated legacy of a progressive jurist whom conservatives now champion.
Law’s Struggle for Dignity
Law’s Struggle for DignityNicholas Reed Langen considers the basic principles at stake in Israel's conflict over judicial independence.
Turkey’s Democratic Resilience
Turkey’s Democratic ResilienceAyşe Zarakol explains why President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s strongman rule faces its toughest challenge yet.
The Authoritarian Hangover
The Authoritarian HangoverMaciej Kisilowski & Anna Wojciuk consider the dilemma that confronts democratic forces after they topple populist leaders.
Protest and Power in France
Protest and Power in FranceBrigitte Granville considers what the violent May Day clashes between protesters and police reveal about the Fifth Republic.
India’s Democracy in Detention
India’s Democracy in DetentionShashi Tharoor fears for the country's future after Congress party leader Rahul Gandhi's removal from parliament.
Trump’s Indictment Bodes Well for Democracy
Trump’s Indictment Bodes Well for DemocracyTerry Lynn Karl draws parallels between America’s and Peru’s attempts to bring their former leaders to justice.
Israel’s Judicial Coup-in-Waiting
Israel’s Judicial Coup-in-WaitingIdo Baum explains why the country’s ongoing constitutional crisis is not likely to be resolved soon.