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  • emThe Great Democracyem
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    The Great Democracy

    Vanderbilt University law Professor Ganesh Sitaraman offered his thoughts on what America must do to achieve what he calls real democracy.

  • Communicators with Adrian Shahbaz
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    Communicators with Adrian Shahbaz

    Freedom House’s Adrian Shahbaz talked about the results of a survey of internet freedom in 65 countries, which was conducted by Mr. Shahbaz’s democracy and human rights organization.…

  • Civic Engagement and Civility
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    Civic Engagement and Civility

    Former Senator John Warner (R-VA) talked about his political career at a College of William and Mary forum on the future of representative democracy. Then, Representative Bobby Scott…

  • Communicators with Sinan Aral
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    Communicators with Sinan Aral

    MIT Professor Sinan Aral talked about proposals to measure disinformation on social media in order to safeguard elections and democracy.

  • Senator Warner and Michael Chertoff at Digital Disinformation Symposium
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    Senator Warner and Michael Chertoff at Digital Disinformation Symposium

    Senator Mark Warner (D-VA) and former Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff delivered remarks on the challenges and dangers to democracy regarding digital disinformation campaigns. Their…

  • CongressionalExecutive Commission Holds Hearing on Hong Kong Protests
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    Hong Kong Protests and China

    The Congressional-Executive Commission on China held a hearing on the recent Hong Kong protests and future U.S. relations with China and Hong Kong. Witnesses included several Hong Kong…

  • Washington Journal Lee Drutman Discusses His Book on Americas TwoParty System
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    Lee Drutman on Breaking the Two-Party Doom Loop

    Lee Drutman talked about his book, Breaking the Two‑Party Doom Loop, in which he argues there is a need for multiparty democracy in the U.S.

  • Representative Democracy
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    Representative Democracy

    Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) and former White House Chief of Staff Andrew Card talked about the impact and future of representative…

  • Constitutions and the Rule of Law
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    Constitutions and the Rule of Law

    Chief Judge Roger Gregory of the Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals, National Constitution Center President Jeffrey Rosen, and University of Virginia Law Professor A.E. Dick Howard talked…

  • Global Challenges to Democracy
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    Global Challenges to Democracy

    Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates, NBC News Correspondent Andrea Mitchell, and journalist Robin Wright talked about global challenges to democracy. They spoke at a forum on the future…

  • American Democracy and PostWorld War II Japan
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    American Democracy and Post-World War II Japan

    Dartmouth College history professor Jennifer Miller talked about her book, Cold War Democracy: The United States and Japan. She discussed how the U.S. government promoted democracy in…

  • US Democracy and Foreign Policy Since 1919
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    U.S. Democracy and Foreign Policy Since 1919

    Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice joined Hoover Institution senior fellows Stephen Krasner and Niall Ferguson in a conversation analyzing the changing role of U.S. democracy in…

  • Washington Journal Peter Grier Discusses Challenges to American Democracy
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    Peter Grier on Challenges to American Democracy

    Christian Science Monitor Washington editor Peter Grier discussed the magazine’s “Democracy Under Strain” series looking at America’s political structure and the challenges it’s currently facing. This…

  • Remarks on 30th Anniversary of Tiananmen Square Protests in China
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    Remarks on 30th Anniversary of Tiananmen Square Protests in China

    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) began debate on a resolution marking the 30th anniversary of the 1989 Tiananmen Square protests in China. The bill is to remember the victims of the protests in…

  • USNATO Relations
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    U.S.-NATO Relations

    Four former U.S. ambassadors to NATO talked about U.S. relations with the international alliance. They discussed the effects of President Trump’s policies on the alliance and the future of…

  • Promoting Democracy in Latin America
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    Promoting Democracy in Latin America

    The Organization of American States (OAS) Secretary General Luis Almagro spoke at New York University’s Washington, D.C., center about political systems and human rights in Latin American…

  • Discussion on Democracy
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    Discussion on Democracy

    Historian Anne Applebaum, biographer Jon Meacham, columnist Bret Stephens, and former world chess champion Garry Kasparov discussed the state of global democracy. They spoke at the Rancho…

  • Washington Journal Steven Levitsky Discusses His Book emHow Democracies Dieem
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    Steven Levitsky on How Democracies Die

    Harvard professor Steven Levitsky talked about his new book, How Democracies Die. He spoke via video link from Boston.

  • Investigating Facebook
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    Investigating Facebook

    The three producers of the PBS documentary The Facebook Dilemma talked about their investigation into the social media platform and its impact on global privacy and democracy.

  • Global Economic Freedom and Development
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    Global Economic Freedom and Development

    The Heritage Foundation presented its 2019 report on economic freedom in nations around the world. The report scores countries on a variety of factors, including adherence to a rule of law and…

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