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Boise State University's Brian Wampler reflects on the core principles and potential impacts of participatory budgeting.
Francesca Polletta, of the University of California, Irvine, argues the Internet has produced new understandings of equality, organisation and democracy.
Janette Hartz-Karp and Brian Sullivan examine the limitations of online public deliberation and propose an alternative approach in the Journal of Public Deliberation.
Jeffrey Lax and Justin Phillips from Columbia University argue US state-elected representatives often ignore majority public opinion, opting instead for the party line.
John Gastil and Robert Richards from Pennsylvania State University propose citizens' assemblies to empower the public.
Jonathan Kupyer from Stockholm University argues for the democratisation of international areas of co-operation.
Research by the Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance examines the non-contestatory mode of deliberation used at an Australian 'Citizens' Parliament'.
Larry Diamond from Stanford University analyses the 'democratic recession' over the last decade.
The University of Pennsylvania's John Dilulio Jr. argues out-sourcing, privatisation and under-investment is 'decaying' the US Government.
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