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Ever heard of the World Commission on Dams or the Roll Back Malaria initiative? This article in Foreign Policy highlights how complex challenges are being tackled.
The University of Melbourne's Denis Dragovic argues governments should consider any military response to the Paris attacks carefully.
A review of Frank Vibert's book, Rise of the Unelected, which looks at the ever-expanding role of non-elected experts and technocrats in making major policy in liberal democracies.
The Center for Systemic Peace has developed a rating scheme to place 167 nations on an authoritative-democratic spectrum from 1946 to 2013.
Harvard University's Peter Hall searches for the source of the recent widespread doubts about the capabilities of representative government.
Mathias Koenig-Archibugi from the London School of Economics and Political Science asks whether global democracy is feasible.
The Paris attacks were a ghastly media spectacular. John Keane from the University of Sydney asks: What will be the broader historical significance in Europe and further afield?
The International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance presents detailed voter turnout figures in democracies since 1945.
Database co-hosted by the University of Notre Dame and the University of Gothenburg conceptualises and tracks seven measures of democracy across the world since 1900.
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