Nov. 9, 2022
Extreme polarization, populism, and political violence are plaguing American democracy, while fragmentation and governance issues are challenging Europe’s. Such political turbulence not only raises questions about the health of democracy at home but also about how democracy support is coordinated abroad.
Richard Youngs and Rachel Kleinfeld, senior fellows in Carnegie’s Democracy, Conflict, and Governance program, analyze the state of democracy on both sides of the Atlantic and discuss ways to protect democracy around the world.
Jennifer McCoy and Benjamin Press (May 5, 2022). Reducing Pernicious Polarization: A Comparative Historical Analysis of Depolarization. Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.
Richard Youngs (October 7, 2021), Rebuilding European Democracy: Resistance and Renewal in an Illiberal Age. Bloomsbury Publishing.
Richard Youngs and Ken Godfrey (November 3, 2022), Democratic Innovations From Around the World: Lessons for the West. Carnegie Europe.
Rachel Kleinfeld (2022), A Helsinki Moment for a New Democracy Strategy. Democracy: A Journal of Ideas.
Richard Youngs et al., (June 14, 2022), Supporting Democracy After the Invasion of Ukraine. Carnegie Europe.
Richard Youngs (July 20, 2022), Autocracy Versus Democracy After the Ukraine Invasion: Mapping a Middle Way. Carnegie Europe.
Richard Youngs (September 27, 2022), A Democratic Roadmap for Ukraine. Forum 2000.
Judy Dempsey (November 8, 2022), Europeans Must Prepare for the Post-Biden Era. Carnegie Europe.