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Citizen withdrawal from democracy in the US and Canada creates a self-perpetuating cycle writes David Cameron for the German Marshall Fund of the United States.
Ahead of the British General Election in May 2015, the Church of England argues British democracy is failing.
George Washington University's Henry Farrell argues that Corbyn's rise reflects a broader problem with political parties.
Rob Hoffman from Swinburne University finds that 20% of eligible voters are not participating in Australian elections.
A report from the University of Canberra concludes Australian democracy is ill, but not terminal.
John Keane of the University of Sydney considers whether the belief in the universality of ‘free and fair’ elections is a worn-out dogma that's urgently in need of replacement.
James Pfiffner from George Mason University examines the causes for why the US Congress is passing the lowest number of new laws in over 70 years.
Former Premier of Western Australia Geoff Gallop suggests democracy is like a long distance runner with a heart condition.
Professor Mark Considine, Dean of Arts, at the University of Melbourne argues it's time for a sustained evaluation of why confidence in democracy seems to be in decline.
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