"It is one thing to ensure that the rights of political (and other) minorities are respected. . . . But it is quite something else in a democracy to give a political minority the power to rule."
SNF Agora Faculty Members Sign “Statement on the Principles of Democracy”
January 21, 2021
Coexistence Is the Only Option
The SNF Agora Institute's online forum provides expert answers to questions surrounding the impact, implications, and legacy of the attack on the U.S. Capitol.
Forum Brings Together Experts and the Public for Discussion of Capitol Insurrection
January 12, 2021
Jan.8.2021 – Jan.13.2021
Ask Johns Hopkins Anything (AJHA)
Fake outrage — over election-fraud lies and other supposed offenses — has real consequences.
A cynical ploy like Hawley and Cruz’s looks harmless. Until it isn’t.
The allure of democracy was the nation’s best asset abroad, but the president squandered it by inciting political violence.
What Trump and His Mob Taught the World About America
Community of Practice
More in Common
Intersession 2021, M-F
This course explores the syndrome of polarization as a unique affliction of democracies, leading to both political conflict, paralysis, and authoritarianism.
Polarization and Democracy
Join the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies at Harvard University for the inaugural event of the "Seminar on Democracy: Past, Present, and Future."
State of Democracy and Future Research
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