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Airstrikes agaist Syria are unlawful under current international law, argues Thomas Obel Hansen, US International University, Nairobi
A database by the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance on how direct democracy initiatives are being used around the world.
Jonathan Kupyer from Stockholm University argues for the democratisation of international areas of co-operation.
Marc Abrahams highlights in The Guardian how selecting elected representatives randomly rather than through political party systems could make democracies work better.
A study by Money, Politics and Transparency ranks Australia 23rd out of 54 countries in campaign finance transparency.
The Paris climate deal shows multilateralism can work, argues the University of Melbourne's Robyn Eckersley
The European Science Foundation outlines the benefits of putting digital technologies at the centre of democracy.
John Gastil and Robert Richards from Pennsylvania State University propose citizens' assemblies to empower the public.
Bruce Williams from the University of Virginia examines whether the internet is a major threat to, or a potential saviour of, democracy.
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